Hotel-Apartamentos de Montana Uson
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... a place to stay and ended up in St. Émilion, what a town, it is just beautiful and old, 8-12th C old monastry old! After a look around we had a drink in the sunshine then returned to our hotel to change for dinner. A happy choice had us dining on duck and steak tartare with a good 2008 Chateau Croix du Rival which we found impossible to source locally the next ...
... distance - I did a happy dance - love that sight.
Came around one bend in the highway and here is a shepherd sitting on the guard rail while his sheep graze the edges of the highway. Amazing and much better than mechanical mowers. Win/win. Shortly after we see the massive reservoir that was on the map. The colours were stunning and when we stopped to take a pic the dam was teeming with fish and the fisherman were out for their Sunday catch.
... frequent and there was a great statue of him.
Yesterday I am ashamed to say I only managed about 9 miles. My hamstring was threatening to play up and didn't want to risk it....or maybe it was because my walking companions and I found a wonderful village called Zariquiegui. An amazing 3 course meal with wine that flowed for 10 euros. Many of the Albergues offer a pilgrim meal, all pilgrims eating togetheror suggest a place to go. Really good value ...
... and I am so glad I didn't eat too much of the meal. My legs and joints felt pretty good and the day was sunny but cool; perfect walking conditions.I didn't leave until 9.30am as I wasn't sure what my stomach and the call of nature may have had in store for me. The photos will show that the first half of the walk was a long a gradual climb. Then the second part was the opposite, although initially the downhill was quite steep and again took a toll on the knees and hips.
Boldly going forward we set off east towards Ponferrada, then onto Astorga, Leon and finally Burgos. The road between Ponferrada and Astorga was part of the Camino de Santiago route again, albeit in the opposite direction, and involved traversing some pretty gnarly backroads by European standards. This was a road that Peter hated but for me was pure heaven - a good demonstration of the difference between riding an adventure bike or a ...