Day 11 Azofra to Grañon, Spain October 2, 2022
I had a really good sleep and we were ready to go by 7:15. We went to the bar where we ate supper last night for breakfast. There were only two waitresses but they were so fast it was unbelievable because the place was packed. The weather is so agreeable they leave the tables and chairs out on the street all night –
He wouldn’t let us take pictures nor would he let us touch the money. He had no prices as everything was by donation. It was a good thing he was there because once we hit the town there no cafés but there was a golf course. It was the first one I’ve seen, so I stopped in to see what it costs to play. Because today is the weekend it costs €80 ($108). As a member, there is a €500 ($678) initiation fee and then it costs €100 ($135) per week to play and you can play as much as you like. It’s about 6600 m with a few ups and downs. It’s built in an area with a bunch of new condos so it looks like it’s a retirement area. Numerous people were pushing their clubs to the course but power carts are available.
Moving on -