Rey Arturo Hotel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... We also got a fish sandwich to split for dinner. We returned to El Manzano, ate our sandwich and played a game of hand and foot ( Camino Championship: Jim-4, Linda-2) in the courtyard, checked out and returned to our room to prepare for tomorrow. It's been an easy, relaxing day, a good recovery from yesterday and we're eager for another relatively short walk for tomorrow, as we head back up to the Meseta. Walked today: 5.5 mi. Walked 2014: 172.2 mi Walked total: 219.4 ...
... science chair, Tom, and his Spanish friend, Santiago. They came over to our table and introduced themselves. Their friend had to take a bus to the next town. He couldn't walk after two days on the Camino. We continued through a couple small towns. Rabe de las Calzados was just getting ready for Mass. We enjoyed watching the families of all ages walk to the church. The bells were ringing a special tune and were rung by an ...
... asked if I wouldn't mind speaking on air about doing the camino . So I did. It was pretty awesome, it only lasted about maybe a minute but something so random and different for me. Like said we passed the rest of the afternoon in the plaza. We wanted to eat simple again so sandwiches it was. We decided to hit bed early as my back was killing be from the fall and I was pretty tired. The lack of sleep is really catching up. So one heck if a day if I do say so ...
... fun, and we ARE having fun! When we arrived at Hornillos del Camino we phoned Miguel at our hotel as instructed. Amr did an amazing job all in Spanish, and Miguel collected us from the square and drove us to his hotel, in a tiny village about 2 kms away. Perfect. All the rooms (about 6) are named, ours is called Rosas - very appropriate. Just have to add another thing as we have been taken on a tour of this tiny pueblo - Isar - by a ...
Itero de la Vega We moseyed on into town that day, with a great conversation and the sunniest day so far to slow down our pace and encourage us to savor each moment of the day. Once we arrived, our extended group (the five of us, Eduardo, Tara, Nick, and Ezra) was trying to decide whether to keep going (doing a 27km day) and cut out a day from our schedule or stay in that town and take a couple of short days as a break. Our friends who we had met were on a ...