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... castle entrance that was completely engulfed in fog on this very cool morning. There are a few residents that live within the old castle walls in quaint little white houses but not a soul was seen on this particular morning. We didn't actually get to go inside the castle, so our visit was short and sweet. From the castle we made our way out of the city and back on the road headed west towards the Douro river valley.
I was not really sure why I was doing the Camino. On the train to Leon which was to be our starting point, I remember thinking to myself "why did I say I would do this?". I was not searching for anything in my life nor am I a prolific thrill seeker. I think it was to do something out of my comfort zone which is very small. Well ...
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 ...
... lived in but even so the devastation spread far into the distance. Another couple of hours down the line we stopped for a bite to eat in the last Spanish town before the border. Another hour and we were taking pictures by the big sign that read PORTUGAL. We both got a bit emotional. We had done what we had set off to do - we had cycled from the very North of France, through Spain and into Portugal. We had clocked just over one thousand miles of cycling so ...
... castles. Molly loved it as well. In fact, that was her favorite part of the trip to Leon!
We enjoyed a wonderful lunch at the Parada de la Puebla de Sanabria and then it was off to the lake! The lake reminded me a lot of our lakes back in Wisconsin, except without the mountains. We were actually only about 5 miles from Portugal, so they had many Portuguese people there as well swimming and boating. Molly ...
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