Parador de Zamora
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TravelPod Member ReviewsParador de Zamora
Parador de Zamora. Got the last room. Lovely large comfortable room with classic Spanish interior. Huge bathroom. Dark and shuttered and quiet. Even though there was a wedding in the main courtyard we heard nothing. Are diner in dining room. VG.
€100 incl bfast.
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Travel Blogs from Zamora
... an extension of the Meseta of
Spain and less heavily forested than the hills country I was in over the
previous day and a half in the province. The area around Miranda is said to
have a regional language still in use in some of the smaller villages that’s
closer to old Iberian Latin than Portuguese or Spanish, which probably explains
why some signs in the area are in a weird second language.
... bad as Hontanos last year but required some skating skills and carrying heavier feet as it stuck firmly to the shoes. Found a grass patch to try and wipe some off and noticed a pic to show you how it sticks! Just gets wider and thicker as you walk and yes, it's heavy!
Hit the bitumen and saw beauty everywhere. Can see up the river through a narrow gap and at this point we had no idea we would walk over the top of the gap on the right hand side. Stunning from ...
... get eggs - if no dins at bar we will have to make do with something cold from shop - go to bar - they boil eggs for me - God bless them! - use wifi after being told no internet in town - sit - drink and eat the arvo away. The locals come in and play cards very noisily,
Tomorrow we turn west and start to skirt northern Portugal or at least look over the border. The VDLP (original version and Roman way) actually continues North to Astorga and ...
... liked it - just a shock - buds was fine then when we read packet, 1 each of plain, chocolate and cream. Oh well. But veges for brekky .............yummo!
Suitably sated we hit the road and slogged our way out of the city (they are always tough sidewalks and stuff and poorly marked until we eventually hit the dirt road and on our way to a village 7.3km up the road where coffee awaited. Wrong! No cafe/bar we could find, let alone open! Ok, tough it out for the rest of ...
... it out as this is the roman road, yet they call things here Romanesque and can't seem to figure what is roman and what is medieval.
Find the digs but can check in until 2:30. Today is the municipal Albergue and they have a big kitchen so we are defo staying there because we will defo find some food to cook including real veges! Manage to get them to take our packs so we can explore the city for the next few hours without the extra load.
Zamora had ...