Posada de la Casa del Abad de Ampudia
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A short day of only 18kms and it was along a straight road for almost all of the trip. It followed an old Roman route however today we were on a couple of bitumen roads and a well made stone track. As per usual in the Meseta there were plowed fields in all directions so it is difficult to know what to ...
... They just did a big story on it in the New York Times last week and I feel the publicity of this will continue to grow more rapidly than it already has been. I can see Nic growing from this experience even though she says she's not. She says it's the stupidest thing anyone could do, but I see her benefitting from it. It will be funny to see what things stick with her after all this is said and done. This will be the best fricken cruise ever after the camino. ...
... A couple of minutes later, each of us received a plate with a cylindrical shaped salad bracketed with two delicious stalks of white asparagus. (after an incredible effort with chef Inma and our language barrier, we determined that the salad was a delicious ensemble of potatoes, carrots, peas, hard boiled egg, chicken and mayonaise). Before we could finish our chicken salad, a bowl of lentils, seasoned with a bay leaf, a couple pieces of chorizo sausage and other ...
... Eugene went onhimsel. Great views from the top. Two german women up there with full backpacks !!!!!! looking for the way down.
Set out this morning at 7.30, Seamus and Edward ahead as they stayed in the albergue. We had a nice breakfast in hotel. Set us up nicely for the walk. The road out was flat to start then went up to 1080 m, spiralling all the way. At the top we sat ...
... insulator and I had the hood tight around my face barely peeking out the window.. A few hours of that,with only one available stop along the way to be sheltered from the rain... Was challenging .. But a hot meal, a warm shower and under the covers early reading a book... Made it all,seem like a dream once the pack was off. I stayed in a one street town in the middle d nowhere in the plains.. Is life a dream? Had a good dinner with a woman ...