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Yes...great photo, with the street sloly disappearing around the bend, and a mixture of standing/walking pilgrims out front...along with those (no doubt) enjoying a cafe con leche in the alfrescosection. I can almost hear the crunch of a bocadillo crust.
@Bernard duffy - Thank you for your kind words. I stopped there for a short rest too. The walk from El Acebo to Molinesca almost kicked my butt. I literally ran out of gas at the bottom of the hill and a "Camino Friend" carried my pack for me into town. That was the day that I really learned what it meant to walk on the Camino.
loved this place - I stayed at La Casa Del Peregrino in June last year - great rooms, best bed and long hot shower (nice change to albergues - single rooms a treat at 35 euros)... and their pilgrim lunch was the best meal I had on my entire camino ....