Hotel Turismo Sao Lazaro
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- Continental Breakfast
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13/5. Slept in -Guy had quick walk up small mountain at back of our "hotel in paradise" (for even more fabulous views) before a sumptuous breakfast at 9am. I could stay here for the rest of our trip but finally had to say our goodbyes to Inigo - another 5 hour drive to Sanabria scheduled. Roads a lot better than in the mountains but we did take a little detour into La Vera valley where we had a look ...
... yet found the flat place in Spain. The hardest parts are going through the gullies that fill with water and mud. The best part has been meeting so many international walkers. I have yet to meet a native English speaker. I have spoken mostly German with my Alberque (hostel) friends. They are of all ages and abilities. Most started in Seville although there also those who started in ...
... so much. Little did I know that there was still plenty of climbing left as the trail went round the mOuntain. As I headed down into the little town where I planned to have a snack and a rest, Martina was behind me. We agreed that if the Alberque wasn't nice, we would share a room in the rural hotel. We are sharing a room in Casa Irene which has a private bath and toiletries. Also, lots of hot ...
I have been exploring the town and it is truly beautiful. It is in a valley with a river. The castle is on a hill and very nice. The auberge is full. There are two older couples from the Netherlands, one girl from Germany and two Spanish gentlemen. The common language is ...
... in the last entry, the Douro river valley is where all of the grapes grow to make port wine. Unique types of grapes grow here due to the microclimate and very unique shale soil making it the sole producer of port in the world. The valley is characterized by countless vineyards that cover the landscape and winding roads that climb to the top of the hills from which you can see kilometres down the valley. We stopped along ...