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Travel Blogs from Puebla de Sanabria
... restaurants and a beautiful roman some bridge through the centre. The stream has been converted to essentially a swimming pool. Really really pretty. My ankle is playing up but i think it is still worth another walk into town. Just thinking back over today i have encountered Germans, Croatians, Italians, spanish, french, english, dutch, polish and another aussie. The conversations that happen during the day are interesting to say the ...
... 1500 meters at La Cruz de Ferro. That point is where, if you saw the movie The Way, there is an iron cross on which pilgrims place a stone from their home. I had brought with me an unusual shaped black stone I picked up on the beach at Byron Bay at Easter. That seems like such a long time ago now. The climb was tough and the lungs and legs were feeling it by the time we hit the top. Worse was to come ...
... plenty of time.
There have been many enterprising Spaniards along the way selling coffee, fruit and food in remote spots. Today was a bit different with a guy dressed up in chain mail and holding a falcon. I assume you paid for a photo.
That is about it for this entry even though it is still relatively early. This is a very sleepy little town so we are not expecting the disco to crank up this evening.
A few photos are ...
... joined by 2 girls from Minneapolis who we have seen on the Camino over the past few days. Following breakfast we went to the castle and for a 4€ self guided tour. There were displays and information on the early medieval days of life within the walled castle. Information included training as a master builder, food consumed, life for women, male dominance, agriculture and travel? The master builder did not work from drawing to build castles. ...
... Weather has become a bit cooler so we rugged up and walked up to castle only 100 metres away and did the tourist thing, climbed the tower and walked the battlements, could have even tried on some armour if we wanted to (gave that a miss). Also declined to inspect hole where in times past prisoners were thrown 3 stories down a well and were left to die of injuries.Is called the "you rot there" ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility