Residencia Santa Isabel
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... Lucky for us we found a hotel and were ready to refresh for the evening and get our route set out for the next day. Nothing we couldn't sort out once we had wifi service, though. Which leads me to ponder how backpacking has changed from the days without mobile devices and wifi and Google maps...how lucky we are to have such tools and thankfully, this continent is fairly connected and the next morning we were well on the way to ...
... Once I learnt to not worry about the things that did not matter the comfort zone expanded. Best thing about the walk: The countryside. The ancient forests and crystal clear streams. Worst thing about the walk: The lack of fresh fruit and salads. Dogs (we all know I am scared of them) Would I do it again? Absolutely. Tomorrow if ...
Today we explored the laneways of Avila in Castilla de Leon region; it is located on a hilltop in the heart of Spain. A wall built in the 12th century surrounds the main part of the old town and provides beautiful views of the area. The Cathedral was the first gothic style cathedral built in Spain, from the 16th century.
We ordered lunch of several traditional starter dishes; the girls shared bean and another soup, blood chip things, and ...
... and more food was 'included'. Bread rolls, steak rice and salad, chocolate mousse, unlimited juice refills ( or a jug of wine had we preferred!) all were piled into our tray. We began to worry how much we'd be paying for this all inclusive meal but when we reached the counter it came to 15 euros. For both of us. Amazed, we sat down and tucked in. After the best meal of the tour we went back and finally checked in, showered and spent the afternoon relaxing and playing ...
We slept in until 10ish and then got ready for a full day of fun. We headed out southwest towards Portugal to a town called Puebla de Sanabria. Evidently, Bill and Hillary Clinton were recently hanging out here with the King and Queen of Spain within the last few months. I had never heard of this town before, and I thought that I was fairly familiar with Spain, but it was just lovely. It was a tourist town, as the ...
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