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 ...
... certainly isn't flash but the three of us are in a tiny bedroom on our own. Ari was also staying here. A bonus is the cherry tree in the front yard which we feasted on as it was laden with ripe fruit.
We have decided to catch a taxi to the centre of the town of Ponferrada (population 6,000) tomorrow as we don't want to walk through more industrial estates in the rain. This will still give us a 24km walk to our next destination of Villafranca.
... 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 ...