Posada Real de las Misas
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... each. It's nice to pay a little for a shower and some security. The town was along a river and we had to walk back a ways to get dinner, first we had a rest and shower. Back at the hostel, we enjoyed a visit with the parents of a young Spanish family, hiking a portion of the Camino. Toni and Nathalie were walking with their sons, Gaël, 9, and Eric, 6. We had been eyeing them and appreciating the experience ...
Arrived in Ponferrada around 11:30 after a really twisty bus ride. Stew and I were both extremely nauseated when we finally got off the bus. While on the bus the girls texted they missed their bus. Unbelievable! Luckily they were able to grab another bus that would land them in ponferrada. We secured our beds in the alb - Santo Nicholas de la ...
This morning we left Astorga just before 7.30. Overnight, the weather forecast changed and instead of rain we had clear skies for the first half of our walk. It was cold, around 5 degrees.
We have some cold weather gear in reserve at the moment as we haven't had to wear either thermals or wet weather gear for weeks.
We walked for two hours which is our usual first stint and then at the next village we stopped for coffee and ...
... Cumulative 574 km. the walk was very enjoyable without a 20 lb pack. We had a couple of stops during the day for lunch and an opportunity to dry our feet. We have found this practice to prevent fatigue and foot problems. As the elevation increased, the overlooking views of meadows and mountain tops is enjoyed at the moment and engrained for future memories. We entered the Galatian province and noted the presence of livestock almost immediately. As we approached one of the small ...
... legs were tired. This morning we got up at 6:30 and had a continental breakfast. We met Darren from Australia who was hiking in his flip flops! We set off a little before 8 AM in the cool morning temps. We ascended all morning, walking through heather and other mountain wildflowers I didn't recognize. It was just beautiful seeing the snow capped mountains in the distance. The wind was owing my hair in every direction. We passed through the town of Foncebadon and later ...