Posada Real de las Misas
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... was very warm and she made me a fruit and veg smoothie with ginger, which should give me a boost. It was an unusually expensive stop, but I figure anyone trying to make a go of things up here deserves all they can get. The next village 4 miles further on, Santa Catalina, was lovely too. So I stopped again. My second café con leche with freshly squeezed orange juice was much cheaper than the first. I am now seeing posters for the missing pilgrim but luckily there are ...
... years ago when Tomas arrived and turned population to 1. It's a hippy looking place and he was shouting for Manolo so population has increased. We just had a drink of water and headed on. Scenery wonderful. Vistas across broom covered valleys. The going got tough soon after that. We started to descend. The going got very tough sheer down on shalley stoney ground. Everyone quiet concentrating on the route. Hardly time to look up. We arrived into Acebo ...
... of the buildings. We walked through what was left of the town falling down on every corner, picked up a few provisions for tomorrow's walk (mixed nut and fruit loaf, chips, pâté, dried fruit, bananas, and yogurt), then went to check in at our Albergue. Oh no! We have a small windowless room with three bunks, which we quickly grabbed the three bottom bunks. We located the bathrooms at either end of the open ...
... wind is back, but we are climbing and so expected a bit of that. I am feeling aprehensive today as we will get to Cruz de Ferro, the highest point on the Camino (1505m). It's a big climb and I am just not feeling up to it today. I decide not to look up into the distance and instead keep my gaze more on low-beam. Also, a further worry is knowing that immediately after Cruz de Ferro we drop to 500m and then climb again to 1300. I struggle with the logic of that!!!
... she ran out after me and gave me a home made chorizo sandwich, wrapped in foil. I hugged her and her eyes teared up. So adorable. Laura dropped me back on the Camino, and I set off, in what felt like blisteringly hot heat. I started walking up and up and up. I rested at Foncebadon, which is back up at 1400metres altitude. It was a very cool bar, playing 50's music on the terrace, and as it was Sunday, and there were lots of people out for a Sunday ...