Parador de Santo Domingo de la Calzada
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TravelPod Member ReviewsParador de Santo Domingo de la Calzada
On pilgrimage, when injury happens, a special treat with rest and ambiance helps the healing. This is an exceptionally beautiful and tasteful hotel that embellishes the culture and history of the region. We are so pleased with both the accommodations and the staff. Highly recommended.
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Sunday was one of our longer days at 13 miles but it didn't seem so bad in part due the gentler terrain. We had a small hill coming out of Najera which sits in a river valley and we had a bigger hill approaching Ciruena but then it was downhill to Santo Domingo. Najera was more interesting than it first appeared. There was a big soccer match …
... and yogurt. Then they told me there was no fridge and I would have to put it out the window to keep it cold. The hallway and bathroom lights were on a motion sensor so they flashed on and off when walking through. There was about 10 seconds of light in the bathroom before it went dark. A liitle inconvenient to say the least.
A plethora of rules usually brings out the rebel in me - and this is Basque country. Lillyanna and I couldn't resist a ...
Although I hadn't intended to, I have continued to have my backpack shipped ahead to the next albergue. I felt some spiritual significance in carrying the burden, but I decided that it could be a factor in possibly being unable to complete the Camino in a reasonable amount of time. I wrestled some items away from Tim to put in my pack to make his load a bit lighter. Mike and I are having some issues with blisters. We've ...
... two different gains in elevation. I'm thinking as to what Mount Rose is or even similar to the elevation on the Pyrenees. But no, small hills, maybe 300-400 meters in elevation gain so not too bad. The terrain was a nice change. Forest land and flowers do really nice to see. We had wanted to go to atapuecrca but decided due to the limited amount of beds there, we would stop in ages, 2 k before atapuecrca. So we are in the munincipal albergue, got ...
... where we will have 2 nights and a non-walking day! And I will try to tell the GPS that we are in fact here in San Juan de Ortega, as at the moment it is stuck on Belorado, but by then it may insist on Burgos! It is again a beautiful sunny day - very cold when we set off, and will cool off again tonight, but hardly a cloud in the sky. Finally at Burgos with Wifi!! Cannot get the GPS to register San Juan de Ortega - Barrios de Colina is a nearby town....! Now will get on to writing up ...