Posada Real de las Misas
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a compass might have made things a little easier but we knew the general direction and got back on track without too much drama. The oak trees were abundant, we walked through chestnut fields, pine forest, areas of rocky surfaces and fields of native lavender and other shrubs similar to our heathland cover. We had detailed instructions for the trails. Overall, the outdoors in this part of the world ...
... mid-afternoon through increasingly attractive scenery at very comfy, welcoming and aptly-named Hostal El Refugio in Rabanal del Camino.
Statto's Corner :-
20.6kms today, rising 250m to Rabanal del Camino at 1,150m (3,770ft), 239kms from Santiago
Stuart - Wet Wet Wet
Hilli - El Refugio... a really welcoming refuge for three wet (on the outside only!) pilgrims
Guy - nice to get away from the urban areas and up into the ...
... when we reached the top? Another cold beer! There was an entrepreneurial guy who had set up a mobile beer stall in his truck and his beer was going fast!!
As they say, it was all downhill from there! My leg problems were manageable till now as we were climbing and therefore using a different set of muscles. But once the descent started from El Acebo to Molinaseca, I was in agony. Temperatures had climbed to high thirties ...
... the going was rough and sheer again We came to another small village and continued on to another slippy shaley path. Concentration needed. My knee didn't like it one bit. We then came to a road. Winding down the valley. Ahead was a Spanish couple. We first saw them on the way out of Astorga. She wears a pink poncho in the early morning. He carries the bag. They are no spring chickens. Even older than us. They moved into the side to stop and Eugene and ...
... is 1 ... Thomas, a ´modern knight´ who runs an unusual albergue in an abandoned house. It has places for 35 pilgrims in tents and wooden shacks. It was fun for us to come around a corner in the middle of a descent into Manjarin and ¨break momentum¨ (a cycle faux pas according to my companion) to say hello to two pilgrims we met at Grañon during our first communal dinner. They had bussed from Burgos to Leon, and were spending the night in one of the shacks in here. ...