Parador de Trujillo
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We visited a few old cities on the way to Caceres so a bit of wandering. Some ruins, some intact all interesting in their own ways. Caceres is a unesco heritage site and has been owned by many forces along the way. Like many old cities though it lacked a bit of greenery.
There have been constant little figures of the kkk style inquisitors so when we had a full size model,pictures were important! Storks are persisting though nests ...
... br> We manged to buy a few things (and there's a long story for a rainy day) before peeking down some alleyways and heading off. A ridiculous total of 2 hours was all we could afford if we were to get to Caceres.
It was there that our parking luck expired, so to speak. We returned to find a $80 ticket on the windscreen. I was annoyed as there was no sign to indicate it was a no parking zone. Still, i shrugged it off. .. it was worth it to get ...
... course] were privileged to kiss some silver trinket attached to her. Once this was done, she was rotated 180 degrees to become the focal point high above the altar [we were in the most special of rooms in the rabbit warren]
The indulgence continues because we got to stay in the cloisters of the monastery itself. It has been turned into an affordable accommodation hospaderia and has been one of the most amazing stays ...
... it could be 20+kms before we get our fix. Thems the breaks on the VDLP!
Fixed our own in the Albergue this morning, but bliss oh bliss we had warm scrambled eggs and bread. We did eventually get company last night. 2 French people and a German that had hooked up together. They are all also going to Santiago but doing greater than 30kms a day I enjoy that length but not every day. How wonderful is youth! They were too wrapt in getting washing done and our was ...
... its not the major road which is a little further over. Rock on!
We know we are clearly on the old Roman road here. The markers say so, but do you trust them? But alas! In the area there are hitos marked with 'Miliario (mile) XX III'. This is the mile markers in the original road of the Romans! Far freaking out! A little closer to the village we see one for the 30th mile marker. The granite post is the marker. The hito with the number is for our benefit. Check pic.