Hotel Turismo Sao Lazaro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a compass might have made things a little easier but we knew the general direction and got back on track without too much drama. The oak trees were abundant, we walked through chestnut fields, pine forest, areas of rocky surfaces and fields of native lavender and other shrubs similar to our heathland cover. We had detailed instructions for the trails. Overall, the outdoors in this part of the world ...
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Wonderful stay at Cepo Verde! We couldn't have had a better host than Marta!
We lucked out in coinciding our stay with the cherry ripening season. And the cherry trees grew everywhere.
... like wine when instead of having lawns the entire properties around
their houses are planted in grapes. Well, they like potatoes and cabbage too, but
there’s barely an inch of land on small house plots wasted on grass. Gardens in
Colorado might soon be similar but planted in cannabis rather than grapes.
It was slow going on the beautiful route through the
villages eventually rising up into the Serra de Alvao, here a kind of plateau
with towns and farms ...
... 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 ...
... into a private Albergue tomorrow night - not quite sure what we've got but it's two beds. The reports say the municipal Albergue is to be avoided. The Camino grapevine and reporting mechanisms are awesome - the Finns who bussed and trained ahead gave us a heads up on another Albergue and they walked 35km because it was not ok. We are going to need to keep revising every day as we go. We have a number of short days listed ahead followed by a number of long ones. ...