Parador de Villafranca del Bierzo
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- Minbar in room
- Adult pool
- Banquet room
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
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Left Cacabelos at 0800. Walked 2 km to Pieros. Wonderful cafe for toast and tea. The music was inspiring to walk to. Took the longer scenic route which was through the vineyards. I just can't capture the beauty and scents in words. It is tough walking with the up and downs of the hills. I am a true prairie girl. We took a slow pace to enjoy the …
Just sitting in the town square , enjoying the busy-ness while stew hits the local supermarcado. It was a lovely morning, by ourselves on the hillside, numbers have thinned and some have decided to bus through the next stage- a very steep climb. Some say worse than the first climb out of ...
... out a huge salad and the owner says 'we made this for you if you want it?' We accepted the salad and had a great meal. The owner was surprised we had come all the way from Australia to do the Camino and he was lovely! We then finished and I asked for Elvis to get me some gummi bears. The owner gave us 2 bags And 2 chocolate cake things and said "a gift for you' the whole dinner was only 18 euros as he had also given us the salad complimentary! Both Elvis and I felt ...
... them for a drink or two.
The plan was to grab a taxi from this point for the last 8.5km to town (all bitumen). Hamish decided to join the girls and walk it. He likes the bitumen! We had a snack and waved them on their merry way. The river was close, we weren't in a hurry so went for a wander. Too damned tempting. Hedley got in, too ffffffreaking freezing for this little black duck and I chose to lay in the grass and sunbake. Then it got too hot so stood in ...
... church´ pictures so this message will be a sampling of the churches and catherals we have visited. As we have walked along we have stopped in many churches, and taken part in some wonderful pilgrim blessings, sung vespers and just being alone in a sacred place able to pause and reflect on our journey. We both agree that many of these buildings are more museums than sacred places and our favourites are the little churches simply designed with perhaps ...