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Time to Say Goodbye – Solo to Samos

The following song was running thru my mind this morning as I set out for Samos. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3uyEn792JuM This morning I said goodbye to Doreen and Chris as they had a deadline for reaching Santiago and I am quite flexible as … Continue reading

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The View From O’Cebreieo; The Rain and Mist to Triacastela

I am combining October 2 and 3 for two reasons: there was no WIFI in O’Cebreiro and I could not post and second today was spent walking in the rain. I think I took a total of five pictures and … Continue reading

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Highest Point on El Camino – 42 ° 29’20 “N 6 ° 21’41” W

It was another early morning, getting up at 6:30 am to be ready for cafe con leche at 7:00 am and starting to follow the yellow arrows at 7:30 am. We knew our trek today would have a 300 metre … Continue reading

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A Slow Morning, But a Fast Paced Afternoon

Since we did have a hotel room, we decided that we would treat ourselves to having a late morning sleep in, then enjoy a leisurely breakfast. Kay had decided that she was going to spend an extra day enjoying Leon. … Continue reading

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Leon, Spain -Sightseeing and Tapas – A Pictoral

The City An Antoni Gaudi Castle The Cathedral The White Virgin restored The original White Virgin The Cloisters St. Isidore’s Basilica The Tapas Bars A wonderful Sunday spent in Leon!

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To-o-o Long, To-o-o Hot, To-o-o Rough

The stars still lit the night sky at 6:45 am as we slipped thru the silent streets of Calzadilla de Los Hermanillos. It took us a while to find the “yellow arrow” which would tell us that we were on … Continue reading

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Going Down to Palencia, Then Up to Sahagun Via the Train

The sun was just showing its face as we arrived at the Fromista train station. We planned to reduce some of the Meseta by taking the train to Palencia and then catching a connecting train to the town of Sahagun … Continue reading

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28.6 kms – The Body Says Way Too Many

For a small village, Rabe de las Calzados sure knows how to party. All night in fact! Just adjacent from our open window, that home was party central. Since no one in the room got much sleep we were up … Continue reading

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Slow start and Short Distance

I am angry with myself but I have reached my planned destination for the day of Rabe de las Calzados – 13.3 kms. I was going to set off at first light around 7 am but my plans went awry … Continue reading

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Solo – September 13

When someone switched on the light in the room I was sleeping in, it was a surprise to me to look over to where Kathy was sleeping to see that she was gone leaving just the bare bed. I was … Continue reading

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