Hotel Sierra de Atapuerca
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We were treated to another beautiful day in Spain with a gorgeous sunrise, cloudy skies at one point and then the clearest blue skies imaginable. We walked half our day in rolling wheat fields and then spent the last half in forested mountains of pine and oak (not sure the Spanish would call them mountains - but we are). Today we walked 24.8 km, …
We left our hotel at 6:55 just before sunrise and the path immediately headed straight up the side of and into the Oca mountains. We found a level spot after .90 mile at 7:20, caught our breath and ate a banana, then continued on, reaching the top after 2.2 miles and one hour elapsed time from the start. The dirt path to the pinnacle, rocky at times was 60% very steep, 30% steep and 10% flat or gradual incline. The Oca mountains were both difficult and dangerous to early ...
The first 2/3 of the day were what I would describe as a very slow mud run in freezing rain. There were even bits of hail. To stay warm (and keep Manny from getting hypothermia) we stopped in cafés along the way. The last 1/3 of the day we climbed a mountain and climbed right back down. A tough day on the road but we are looking forward to dinner with a few friends we made at last nights communal dinner. Distance traveled: 32.4 ...
Day 17 Errin: Today we went a little harder and we walked to a little town called Villambistia. It was an easier walk today. A lot of it is on a gravel path and by the end of the day it makes your feet feel as if they have been put through a meat grinder. We passed through some other smaller towns - but definitely the most memorable was Belorado. It had a great hostel there - where we stopped for a coffee and breakfast and the rest of the town ...
Sitting by the side of the road having a rest after 2 hours walking mainly uphill, through forests on way to St Juan. It's been a glorious day so far. Lovely and crisp with blue sunny skies. It's taken 3 hours to do the 12Km to St Juan. According to the FitBit this has involved going up the equivalent of 75 floors. Maybe getting used to it but doesn't seem anything like as bad as ...