Posada Real de las Misas
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... slipping and sliding down the mountain.
What was fun is that there's a Hill Climb here today, so lots of people were out with picnics and gazebos on the Camino path above Molinaseca to watch the cars zooming up and round all the hairpin bends. Sitting in my room now, it sounds like Monte Carlo must do during the Grand Prix. The start is very close by. It's a genteel place otherwise, and I might take myself off for a nice supper after I've had a shower.
... of what the accommodations are like until checking in. Some have been fortunate blessings, others, well, we are pilgrims and need to remember that. Just as we were leaving Heidi walked in! She was the other pilgrim who stayed at the Dona Petra and dined with us a week earlier. It was nice to catch up.
The walk today was really easy because there was something to anticipate and mark as a milestone every 2-3 km. It only became difficult as we ...
... and uploading as much as we can during that stop.
T's focus: she spends hours a day uploading, writing, getting the pictures in the right order, editing and reviewing to get everything to her standard. About 60% of the time we spend with our feet on the ground, instead of the peddles or sleeping, she spends on this blog. I end up having Camino conversations, that's another entry.
Today we have hit the jackpòt because we´ve found an actual computer ...
... it! Laura then took me behind the scenes, to visit the old kitchen, which was sensational. Her parents had bought this house in the 1950's, to give themselves a storage area, and somewhere they could prepare and cure their own meats, particularly their chorizo, that was sold in their little shop, just down the road. Mama still makes her own chorizo, and there were lengths of it hanging in the old kitchen, curing. The ceiling was black, from its history of ...
... continuing on. 15 km to get there so glad we had something to eat early as it took us 3 1/2 hours to do the 15km.
Now the Caminos are designed so you always go through the old city, the original Camino way, and this means always tracking around the cathedral! Today we noted that could be avoided as we looked at a few hundred stairs up to the castle and then through the old city and down the big hill again! Just walk around the hill - short and sweet and with ...