Posada Real de las Misas
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... such a Shame as the scenery was magnificent but impossible to photogrAph as hands dropping off . Now frog I may be, but fish I am not! Landed at mandjarin another hole with A population of one, honestly running a Albergue with no electric or running water, I think not. At this stage we are dripping, the path like a swimming pool, not ...
... 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 ...
... down to pay for me. This of course means that i am going to have to catch up with them as soon as possible to fix them up for taking care of the bill for me. I think the next available opportunity will be at the parador hotel in Villafranca!!! Oh me oh my! So today was once again walking in the the country side. I must have my thang on again and i have cranked up the ks again today. 22ks in no time in fact. So i have ...
... road leading off very old bridge with expanded environments off the original pilgrims way. I am staying at The Way Hostal (no connection with film apart from name and logo!!). Smallish room but clean and modern. I found the pharmacy and managed to get paracetamol tablets to help ward off cold which is present in mornings. Hopefully I will get rid of it especially if weather ...
We decided that today would be a short walking day as we would visit some of the sights of Ponferada. Afte coffee, at about 7:20 we left Molinaseca for an 8 km walk to Ponferada. 521 km walked to date. Over the hilly ground we saw many flowers, including plentiful rose bushes, cherry and chestnut trees and numerous large gardens with plenty of patatas. At 9:00 we decided to stop for breakfast across the street from the walled castle of the Templar Knights. ...