Posada de la Casa del Abad de Ampudia
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... hospitalero responded,"very raining". Indeed. Unfortunately you can't just take a day off walking because of rain. And they had no pity on us, watching us get ready to go and ushering us out into the cold. :) At least they gave me a coffee before they kicked me out. I started walking at about 7 or 7:30. The rain continued throughout the whole day. At times it was very strong. I was only able to take off my rain hood a few times, perhaps a total of five minutes the whole ...
... brief rain shower. We put on our rain gear and headed out only to stop within 10 minutes to take it all off.
While I was walking by myself this morning, I was thinking of a lot of the folks we met the first few days of our journey. For the first 10 days, we passed our new friends, and they passed us, and we were reunited at rest breaks and the evenings strolls. It seems at Burgos we all began a new schedule and there were only new ...
... I was helped along by Eddi Reader and, OK, I admit it, Simon & Garfunkel. I was able to sing at the top of my voice as not many other people were walking in that heat. They were sensibly waiting in shady spots. Having seen Paul Simon & Sting last month, and going to see Art Garfunkel in September, I thought it only right to remind myself of all the harmonies. Think I've got them again now.
Marion said something interesting this morning at breakfast ...
... The other day I
said I'd pay a premium for some condiments ... today I'd have paid a
premium for a tail wind!
Perhaps on its own the wind wouldn't have been too
onerous, but we had another day of climbing today ... up and down and up and up
and up and then down. Rinse and repeat. And then on top of that,
there were many towns we rode into, desperately seeking a café con leche or
vino ... but the ...
... that only one included the "recommended" path that we followed. The other book didn't even show it on a map. This is the first instance where we ran into this strange situation. No big deal, but it was weird, and the day became even more weird after that!
Rejoining other pilgrims on the main road after our break we headed to our destination for the day, only a short 1.5 miles ahead. ...