Parador de Caceres
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Hedley drops downstairs to see by any small glimmer of a chance a cafe is open early for coffee. Locked in! Holy **** we have a taxi booked and can't get out! Try the fire escape - that is also locked. Scary a bit? Rustle a little bit as we are going to have to wake the owners up to let us out. Ring the bell - can hear throughout the building - holy **** sorry for waking you folks - the lady comes straight away - she's already up! Buzzes and let's us out. Phew! Now ...
... early. In places where it's normally deep, there are the granite pillars like we had yesterday but others are simply 4wd ruts. The Camino isn't difficult to follow where there is potential wrong turns it is well marked and easily seen in the dark. Just need to watch where you put your feet.
I rolled a number of rocks under my feet as we all do, but the ankle wasn't happy, though it was travelling well until I just did a good one! Still in the dark, so. ...
... the Romans built is flat. So while not quite 1st century, still pretty damned old. Road up to the village says no pedestrian traffic so we follow the arrows thinking they will take us through another way. Nothing doing! Obviously the village doesn't want peregrinos so hi ho off we go on to tonight's destination.
Required bush pee stop because we didn't get a coffee. And lo and behold, in the farmers paddock is some ancient granite bowl and something we couldn't ...
... is still allowed. Full of cork trees and an easy walk though a slow incline all day. There are signs that we are not allowed to pick the acorns (as if) but the locals may like them but all the notes say they are for the livestock as a supplement food. Heaven on the feet though stupido somehow managed to do a good full ankle roll while still in darkness on absolutely nothing. Was checking the rocks for slaps of yellow paint to say we were all ok. Walked on ...
... we had headed south for the sun - the forecast for Burgos was for snow - 3c !! On reaching Burgos the weather was wet and sleety. Señor y la señora parked up - hot footed it to the renowned Cathedral and burial place of El Cid and made a note to return in warmer times.
I am used to the procedure when we park up near a large city - Señora gives me half an apple, a bowl of water and announces "We're off shopping - won't be long"!!! She thinks I'm daft - I ...