Posada Real de las Misas
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... have followed our Camino journeys from the beginning: - a blue lapis representing the sky for Tom Baber, a retired Apple colleague who lost his life in Feb doing what he loved, flying his plane; - a green jade representing the ocean for Capt Lindsay Don Martell, a neighbor and sea captain who lost his life in Feb doing what he loved, body surfing in Maui: - and a clear crystal representing pure joy and love for Connie Peterson, an energetic mom and massage ...
... or so, in the dark, with their little flachlight between their teeth. Frankly it's a tad annoying, why did you not do this the night before? Some Albergues offer breakfast and others don't, we generally aimb to be up and out between 7 30 and 8 and only did the breakfast 4 or 5 times. Packing up the bikes and getting started has a certain patern to it, I retrieve the bikes from wherever they spent the night and get them down to the handiest spot for loading. ...
... t feel up for the day. The spirit (and bike) were willing, but the flesh was weak today.
Thankfully, the scenery, the views, even the ditches provided such treats for the eyes. We are so fortunate to be travelling in Spring because we have been blessed with an abundance of colours. Perhaps a week from now, everything will look much different.
We passed the city of Astorga yesterday, which was about 3-5 kms before the town of Murias where we ...
... looking out for. And ask if solo walkers sitting alone by the path are ok. Just be human, and care about others. I'm carrying a whistle around my neck, which is very loud, and hopefully will be heard by others, if I get into strife. This includes if I fall down a hill and hurt myself, off the track. Some have suggested, it's difficult to blow a whistle when an emergency occurs, if you freeze, and for this reason suggest a loud alarm which you just have to press ...
... continuing on. 15 km to get there so glad we had something to eat early as it took us 3 1/2 hours to do the 15km.
Now the Caminos are designed so you always go through the old city, the original Camino way, and this means always tracking around the cathedral! Today we noted that could be avoided as we looked at a few hundred stairs up to the castle and then through the old city and down the big hill again! Just walk around the hill - short and sweet and with ...