Tierra De Campos
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... fed lamb. Yummy! Florence had to make a dash just before 10pm as the albergues have curfews!
Back at my lovely hotel with my feet up and the tv on, I noticed water dripping in what I thought was the shower. No! Water was coming through (at a great knot) the smoke alarm. A quick call to the front desk and a change back into my clothes, I bundled all my gear onto a trolley and moved rooms at 11.30pm. Oh, the fun never stops!
... pass each day. I think about them often and hold their Camino in my heart. Today, when we stopped to visit the Santa Maria la Virgen Blanca church in Villalcazar de Sirga I glanced into the canopy of umbrellas at the restaurant across the street and there sat our friends Joan and David. We had not seen them since before Burgos. It was lovely to see them and briefly catch up with how they had been. We had our break as they were heading back on ...
... and cerveza. I think we got quite rowdy. Some of them had a 10.30 curfew at their albergue so we said our goodbyes and I wandered happily back through the streets to my hotel, feeling perfectly safe. I had a long chat with John on the way back. He sets off tomorrow for his 3 week trip on his bike to Germany, Austria, Hungary, Czech Republic and back to Courcôme via the South of France. Then he returns to England to coincide with my return from the Camino and a ...
jamon (bacon) over hot coals, and women were putting the cooked meat into
buns and handing them out. Simple. Delicious. Smoky.
I saw a woman preparing two trays of
cookies and I grabbed one to walk it around. At first I think she thought
I was a rude, greedy perrigrina ... but then when she saw me walking
around serving people, she was happy. Maybe half an hour later it was
time for ...
... layed in the 12th century as a Cistercian Monastery. On to the Province of Palencia and into Boadilla del Camino where many fellow pilgrims are spending the night. They have a long walk tomorrow if their destination is Carrion de Los Condes and in 31 degree heat.. I hugged the canal for the last 6km into Fromista and is best know and visited for its 11th century Iglesia San Martin, which I hope to capture on the way out in the morning. Fromista is derived from the Latin word ...