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Started out from Ponferrada today in nice but a bit chilly weather. Seeing that it was hotter at home in the north of Norway,was a bit surprising.
The markings were good along the way.
In Toral de Merayo the only bar open at 9.30 was the Bar Nogal.
The only place I wondered about the way today was out of TdM. Reading the guide I was waiting for a sharp climb shortly thereafter, but it took some time and the climb was not sharp.
Out of Villalibre when you cross the N536 beforePrisranza, at the Centro Social, I guess, was a sign at the camino, saying Albergue the Villalibre, and a number to call
In Priaranza del Bierzo the camino took off from the N-536 and went down through town. No open bar. The camino joined the highway again just before the Mirador de Santallo. Since there was a pavement all along the road, I guess that would have been shorter and easier, at least in muddy weather.
InSantalla I took the hihgway looking for a bar. Saw nothing before friendly bar Ronda. When leaving the bar senora showed me where to go to get to the camino. The camino out of town was on a dustroad and later on path to the point where you crossed the highway to start the climb to Villavieja. Before the Camino went up on a narrow path
to the road, there were arrows to Albergue the Villavieja. Here as well I guess it would have been easier and vleaner stay on the pavement on the side of the mainroad.
Anyway I decided to take the camino up to Villavieja. Guess if I had not, I might have regretted that. I would like to say: Do not in bad weather.
The weather today was dry and not very hot, so I was not exhausted.
In Villavieja I did not see the albergue along the camino, perhaps it was higher up and I missed the sign. I wouldn’t have stayed ther anyway and was more concerned about the villagr dogs. Heard some nasty barking and passed a big dog which did not bother about me, so I was a bit disappointed having bought from US and carried a dog dazzler too scare the dogs away.
Happy to reach the castillo before it closed at 2pm. Free for peregrinos, even got a small souvenir. The girl in charge told me there had been 3 peregrinos ahead of me and I even met one of them leaving when I arrived.
Then the toad down too Borrenes staying in the Casa Rural Cornatel, clean but a bit overprised. Evening meal reminded me about how fed up of caminomeals you might be after some weeks on the camino, but this was my first day. Even the tinto was not good. Anyway I am glad I did not have to take the next climb to day.
Tomorrow a short day Puente Domingo Florez.
 

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Started out from Ponferrada today in nice but a bit chilly weather. Seeing that it was hotter at home in the north of Norway,was a bit surprising.
The markings were good along the way.
In Toral de Merayo the only bar open at 9.30 was the Bar Nogal.
The only place I wondered about the way today was out of TdM. Reading the guide I was waiting for a sharp climb shortly thereafter, but it took some time and the climb was not sharp.
Out of Villalibre when you cross the N536 beforePrisranza, at the Centro Social, I guess, was a sign at the camino, saying Albergue the Villalibre, and a number to call
In Priaranza del Bierzo the camino took off from the N-536 and went down through town. No open bar. The camino joined the highway again just before the Mirador de Santallo. Since there was a pavement all along the road, I guess that would have been shorter and easier, at least in muddy weather.
InSantalla I took the hihgway looking for a bar. Saw nothing before friendly bar Ronda. When leaving the bar senora showed me where to go to get to the camino. The camino out of town was on a dustroad and later on path to the point where you crossed the highway to start the climb to Villavieja. Before the Camino went up on a narrow path
to the road, there were arrows to Albergue the Villavieja. Here as well I guess it would have been easier and vleaner stay on the pavement on the side of the mainroad.
Anyway I decided to take the camino up to Villavieja. Guess if I had not, I might have regretted that. I would like to say: Do not in bad weather.
The weather today was dry and not very hot, so I was not exhausted.
In Villavieja I did not see the albergue along the camino, perhaps it was higher up and I missed the sign. I wouldn’t have stayed ther anyway and was more concerned about the villagr dogs. Heard some nasty barking and passed a big dog which did not bother about me, so I was a bit disappointed having bought from US and carried a dog dazzler too scare the dogs away.
Happy to reach the castillo before it closed at 2pm. Free for peregrinos, even got a small souvenir. The girl in charge told me there had been 3 peregrinos ahead of me and I even met one of them leaving when I arrived.
Then the toad down too Borrenes staying in the Casa Rural Cornatel, clean but a bit overprised. Evening meal reminded me about how fed up of caminomeals you might be after some weeks on the camino, but this was my first day. Even the tinto was not good. Anyway I am glad I did not have to take the next climb to day.
Tomorrow a short day Puente Domingo Florez.
 

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There are a lot of wrong spelling here, I’m not good at writing a lot on the phone.
 

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#5
Hi @ranthr
Good to read that you’re encountering fair weather.
Not overhot that is.
Btw - I found some interesting meals on the Invierno in April.
Enjoy and Buen Camino
Annie
 

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Day 2: Borrenes to Puente de Domingo Flórez.
Started out at 7, before the juice and cake breakfast at 08.30 to be able to have time to enjoy As Médulas. The weather was fine and the camino was wll marked. A dog tried to scare me on the way out of Borrenes, but he went off the road when he saw me and started barking at his front door. Perhaps he was afraid of me. I used the dogwhispering method.
I must admit that I «lost» the Médulas. When I arrived around 8 the town was quite dead. Met a couple of old men in the street, but they did not understand my try to speak the language. I did not find out where to start and had hoped first breakfast then a tour around.
A km before entrring the pueblo there was a sign to the left of a 4km route to mirador Orellán.I should have taken a route off the camino at that point and perhaps found another route down to town.
On the way out on the hill there was also a signed 4 km route back, but then 8 extra km did not tempt me, so I slowly walked down the hill to the river. A lot of nice views along the way and perhaps more soulcuring than looking at the environmental attack made by a Roman conquer.
Met two peregrinos on bike today!
Got stamp at the bar after the second bridge into town.
Staying at Hostal Torre, booked at booking.com and more expensive than price de peregrinos.
Room is quite Ok, wifi good.
Had a nice meal, menu del dia, in the comedor, good wine as well.
Celebrating the Norwegian nathionalday(constitucionday) with a short walkingday. Tried to insert some pictured but some were to big.
 

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Beautiful pics @ranthr
The colours are gorgeous now
 

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Day 3 : Puente de Domingo Flórez - O Barco de Valdeorras:
Started out at 7 after a Spanish desayuno, what do diabeticos do in Spain?
Hostel was Ok, but a bit noisy during the evening from the bar across the street.
Off I went over the bridge to Galicia and Quereño where my problems started. Did 3 loops and 2.5 km extra until an old señora showed me the way to my first loop. She thought I was hopeless I guess since she had a lot of Mi madre! o mi dieu!
I had taken the right way, but was disturbed by the big dog mentioned in the guide and did not see the arrow a bit away to the right of him.
Well there were duoble arrows at the startingpoint. Why I do not know.
So I passed the angry dog again and was on my way.
For those interested in dogs there were barking dogs in all pueblos, in chain or not in chain, but no one tried to come close to me.
About the markings: I noticed that the markings were a bit “slower” or “later” than in CeL. When you started wondering it took som more time, I would have put them closer to the changingpoint, but it really was good markings all the way.
In Sobradelo the arrows where freshpainted and the old men I passed was eager to show me the right way. Felt welcome as a peregrina, in bar Mar the owner told me I was the 5. today, so compared to the severalhundreds on camino Frances......
I was tempted to take the road all the way from Sobradelo, but I did not. The camino was not so spectactual up in the heights,so I was thinking that a pilgrim in old days would have taken the shortest way, not and extra climb for the view.
 

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I forgot to say something about the camino through O Barco.
When you enter town there is a typical citymap. On that map the camino was marked off from the mainstreet through the the old town down to the riverpark. I went down there and had a long walk along the riverside with regular shells on the fence. I never found the takeoff from the river. Tried to use the wisepilgrim app, but I am pretty sure that the camino through town was not the same as the marked one. I had to ask for help to find Pension Do Lar and later found a mojon at the end of the street, so that I know where to start out tomorrow.
 

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Day 4 O Barco to A Rua
Started out this morning quite sure I knew where camino was. At the first roundabout after walking under railwaytrack a maledriver stopped the car and told me I was not on the camino. This was the way to albergue and the camino was by the river, the route was changed. Then I understood the markings from yesterday.
This kind man offered me a drive down to the camino and I accepted the offer and had a friendly chat down to the river at the end of the promanade,

I do not know if I would have jumped into a stragers car at home like this, but but I do not think that somebody with bad plans would spend the day waiting for one of the few peregrinas here and at least not a 70 year old, so I feel safe.
The camino was marked with arrows and markingstones over the small green bridge, along a track by the rio Sil to Arcos.
Now waiting for the train in Montefurado. Had hot nice scenic walk over the hill to Montefura after a a bit boring, but easy walk to A Rua except for the streches along the river Sil.
At breakfast time, waitng for someone to open the bar, I met a peregrino on bike from South Afrika who also stayed at P do Lar.
To day I stay at Hostal Niza. I tried in several ways to contact hostal Fabio, at their website, mail,telephone but no reply. So I called Niza and met a nice young lady who accepted my booking.
Ok, simple room without TV,clean, ashtrays made me feel the smoke, nice people in the reception, Wifi.
Heavy rain outside so I am glad I did the Montefurado before it started. Havent read all post in forum well enough since I was on the wrong platform when the train arrived.
 
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Thanks, Ranthr, that is a major change. It sounds like the bracketed discussion in our guide that talks about an alternative "bypass" has become the main route. It's on pps. 15-16 in our guide but I can't figure out how to paste it in here.

So I am assuming that anyone who spends the night in Barco just has to get down to the river walk to carry on? The former "main route" is now just for those who are going up to the albergue at Xagoaza?

Did you find that it was clearly marked all the way to Arcos?

It sounds like you may be heading back to A Rúa for the night and then get the train tomorrow to walk Montefurado to A Quiroga?

Sorry to bombard you with questions! Buen camino, Laurie
 

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Thanks, Ranthr, that is a major change. It sounds like the bracketed discussion in our guide that talks about an alternative "bypass" has become the main route. It's on pps. 15-16 in our guide but I can't figure out how to paste it in here.

So I am assuming that anyone who spends the night in Barco just has to get down to the river walk to carry on? The former "main route" is now just for those who are going up to the albergue at Xagoaza?

Did you find that it was clearly marked all the way to Arcos?

It sounds like you may be heading back to A Rúa for the night and then get the train tomorrow to walk Montefurado to A Quiroga?

Sorry to bombard you with questions! Buen camino, Laurie
Laurie, the markings were very good, freshpainted arrows and new stones with shells. I think it is the alternativ described in your guide. I think the wisepilgrim route was not this one. Tried to check where I was on the map, but I was not on the red line.
I took the train back and stay in A Rua for two nights.
 

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Great to read your posts, ranthr. Laurie (peregrina2000), whom I had the pleasure of meeting for the first time in Salamanca last Monday, described me in her blog as a 'fan of the Invierno'! It's not the only Camino I've walked, but I certainly love it.

I honestly don't see what the problem with walking out of O Barco is. Wherever you've stayed in town (Pensión do Lar, Mayo or La Gran Tortuga) you just need to walk west on the Avenida Conde de Fenosa, which then becomes the Avenida Galicia, until you reach the roundabout at the end. It's then signposted very clearly.
 

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Great to read your posts, ranthr. Laurie (peregrina2000), whom I had the pleasure of meeting for the first time in Salamanca last Monday, described me in her blog as a 'fan of the Invierno'! It's not the only Camino I've walked, but I certainly love it.

I honestly don't see what the problem with walking out of O Barco is. Wherever you've stayed in town (Pensión do Lar, Mayo or La Gran Tortuga) you just need to walk west on the Avenida Conde de Fenosa, which then becomes the Avenida Galicia, until you reach the roundabout at the end. It's then signposted very clearly.
So I did! But was stopped.
 

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Nice recreation area along the riverside near poliodeportivo a 5 minutes walk from Renfe ARúa-Petin.
Sunday and Pulpo outside several bars.
 

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Nice recreation area along the riverside near poliodeportivo a 5 minutes walk from Renfe ARúa-Petin.
Sunday and Pulpo outside several bars.
I told peregrina2000 about this a couple of years ago. Been there twice. Nice!
 

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Day 5 A Rua to Quiroga/San Clodio
I must admit that this was a hard day even if I had done the Rua -Montefurado bit on Saturday. Perhaps a restday is not good.
The path out of Montefurado was ok, a bit wet somewhere but that was not a problem.
After having walked the LU 933 for a couple of km I put away my poles and prepared for a nice slowly walk downhill on the quiet road to Bendilló.
Then suddenly the camino took off from the road and added a climb up, then down through the wood on a narrow overgrowed path, over an arroyo on stones, up the hill again and then down to the road again at the sideway to Bendilló. I could most of the time see the road down there somewhere.
I do not know if this direction is new since
@peregrina2000 went there?
Anyway I was thinking that these extra ups and downs would make the route very hard for those walking all the way from A Rúa and my app said more than 9km where the guidebook says 7.6.
It was also a last hard climb up the road into Bendilló, but there the smell of eucalyptus helped me on the way.
Then down to Soldón, as I think @OzAnnie wrote, the camino was marked uphill again instead of pointing to the grassy path across the highway described in the guide. I also refused more ups so I took the down path and had an easy way down to Soldón. No bar open but I sat down under the bridge for a while. My first plan was to stay last night there, but I am glad I didn’t, Did not look very nice, perhaps I was affected by the dark sky above, perhaps better when not alone.
After Sequeiros I cannot remember going over the bridge with a metal rail on the left mentioned in the guide, so perhaps the route has changed.
The path down from the castle of Torrenovas was a bit overgrowed, but with all the peregrinos on the Invierno these days, it will be better. I did not meet any today.
But I would say that the route was very well marked.
Had a shower from the sky after Soldón and that made me think about @OzAnnie who had a lot of bad weather on her camino.
Coming into Quiroga I saw several bars but none of them seemed to sell food. The town looked a bit dead, touristoffice had siesta, so I went straight down to San Clodio where I had booked on Hotel Las Vegas, nice, big room with bath, 22 €, hope it is possible to have some food too.
 

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Great to read your posts, ranthr. Laurie (peregrina2000), whom I had the pleasure of meeting for the first time in Salamanca last Monday, described me in her blog as a 'fan of the Invierno'! It's not the only Camino I've walked, but I certainly love it.

I honestly don't see what the problem with walking out of O Barco is. Wherever you've stayed in town (Pensión do Lar, Mayo or La Gran Tortuga) you just need to walk west on the Avenida Conde de Fenosa, which then becomes the Avenida Galicia, until you reach the roundabout at the end. It's then signposted very clearly.
Hey, charrito, I had tried to post our selfie on my blog, but the program wouldn't let me. I tried it again when I got home and it is now there. It was great meeting you!

It sounds to me like @ranthr found that the roundabout way has been "demoted" and the river walk "promoted" as the official way out of Barco. The guide talks about the river walk exit from town but it was all kind of unclear to me. But it sounds like we need to straighten things out, because I agree that the roundabout way is not the most direct way to Arcos. At least that's what I think if my memory is correct.
 

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Nice recreation area along the riverside near poliodeportivo a 5 minutes walk from Renfe ARúa-Petin.
Sunday and Pulpo outside several bars.
I told peregrina2000 about this a couple of years ago. Been there twice. Nice!
Well, I certainly have messed up because I have no idea what you two are talking about. Can you describe this in more detail? A riverside walk in A Rua? I am pretty sure this didn-t make it into last year's version, did it charrito?
 

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After having walked the LU 933 for a couple of km I put away my poles and prepared for a nice slowly walk downhill on the quiet road to Bendilló.
Then suddenly the camino took off from the road and added a climb up, then down through the wood on a narrow overgrowed path, over an arroyo on stones, up the hill again and then down to the road again at the sideway to Bendilló. I could most of the time see the road down there somewhere.
I do not know if this direction is new since
@peregrina2000 went there?
I haven't been on the Invierno for three years now, so my memory is fading. This is another area where I am going to need help when I go to edit the guide. Is Bendillo the little town with the small hermita on the right as you walk up into town? I'm thinking that can't be right since ranthr is talking about walking down into Bendillo. I admit I am confused, but we will figure this out, we've figured out more confusing things for past editions!
 

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Well, I certainly have messed up because I have no idea what you two are talking about. Can you describe this in more detail? A riverside walk in A Rua? I am pretty sure this didn-t make it into last year's version, did it charrito?
What we are talking about in A Rua is a nice park along the Sil near the Poliodeportivo, nice place to spend some free time in the afternoon to relax. It is not along the camino. I stayed at H Niza and found this when I walked a bit around. You have to walk past Renfe on a street following RR and cross under track a bit ahead.
 

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I haven't been on the Invierno for three years now, so my memory is fading. This is another area where I am going to need help when I go to edit the guide. Is Bendillo the little town with the small hermita on the right as you walk up into town? I'm thinking that can't be right since ranthr is talking about walking down into Bendillo. I admit I am confused, but we will figure this out, we've figured out more confusing things for past editions!
Yes, its up, but first the road goes slightly down before the takeoff up to Bendilló. while the marked camino comes to the takeoff after a couple of climbs up and down higher than the road. I only met one car along the road so traffic is not dangerous. In rainy weather I would take the road.
 

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Day 6 San Clodio to Monforte de Lemos
Heavy fog in Quiroga this morning so I took the train to Monforte.
35 km not seeing the landscape is not for me.
Remember some heavy fog up to O Cebreiro several years ago. Got a bit dizzy from it.
So for the next days touristing in Monforte de Lemos.
Sun appeared in the middleof the day.
 

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