Parador de Sos del Rey Catolico
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... to find that there was still no water! So, dinner that night was McDonalds (they had WiFi and toilets). Thankfully we were back on the road the next day, but when we left, there was still no water and the manager was saying that she would have to close the campground early because no-one could tell her when the water would be back.
When we left the Loire, we still hadn’t been to see Chambord, so that was definitely going to need a return visit ...
I think I finally got my knee figured out. It is like a spoiled child. It screams at me for the first hour or so of walking until I show it who is boss and then it quiets down for the rest of the day. Much better today.
This morning we left our albergue at 6:30am before the sunrise. We walked into the hills with the sun coming up at our backs casting glorious colours on the mountains, the fields of sunflowers and freshly cut ...
... just like a big pile of black ash. And to be honest, it really didn't change all the way to the top. The best part about it, was that it was still an active volcano, and the view we all had of the Santorini coastline from the peak of the volcano. We then ventured back down to get on our ship, to head to the hot springs. Josh and I were both hesitant about getting it the salt water, having not ventured in there for a while, because of our skin. But for some reason we thought the ...
... enjoyable. We then returned to our room for what we hoped would be a great night's sleep. But, alack and alas, this was not to be. The room was extremely warm, a we were informed by the desk that the hotel was "between systems" (heat and A/C), and wouldn't have A/C until June 1st. To make things worse, the room next to ours (through the paper-thin walls) had their TV blaring, and apparently, there was no one in the room. In the middle of the ...
... a bonus! We had breakfast at a local cafe - coffee and pastries. We took a taxi to Zabiri and found that a lot of others did the same because by about 3pm yesterday all of the Allberges and Hotels in Zibiri were full. The next village was a 5km walk and that was smaller and also full. Apparently there are an unusually large amount of Pilgrims at the moment. Trekkers were advised to go to Pamplona for the night. We seemed to ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsParador de Sos del Rey Catolico Sos del Rey Catolica
Like all Paradors this one has great service, beautiful facilities, great views, and a lot of history. King ferdinand of Aragon was born here. It is said that the queen his mather was in Sangüesa , Navarra, when she went into labor and hurried back to Aragon so the prince would be born in Aragon, she almost didn´t make as Sos is just over the border.
This is a place to enjoy life,and relax.
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