Vino Tinto: Camino de Santiago

We enjoyed our stay in this picturesque village.

We had the best evening meal of the trip at Liberanos Domaine, the Albergue in the village of Rabe de las Calzadas. For just €18.50 each (about $24.00) we had a bed, dinner, breakfast and great company. A quick trip around the village revealed tulips and a stork nest perched atop the town steeple.

We enjoyed an extended Happy Hour with Gert, a German from outside Hamburg. Struggling with blisters of his own, he had a suggestion for me as he filled my glass with vino tinto (red wine). “Sue, I get you drunk…the foot will hurt no more!” Buen Camino!

 

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2 thoughts on “Vino Tinto: Camino de Santiago

  1. m

    Rabe de las Calzadas looks like the place to be. How are the feet now ????? Malcolm.

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