La Robla is the first developed city outside of Leon. In addition to an albergue, there are also hostals and pensions. Avoid those at the entrance to town just over the foot bridge, and continue into the center. There is also a tourist information office near the ayuntamiento if you need a stamp...
On the way out of Peredilla, BEFORE you arrive at the road sign indicating the end of town, the camino turns Left along a gravel path and heads towards an underpass for the adjacent roadway. It then meets the rail track and turns to the Right.
Excellent, and restored, Ermita de Nuestra Señora del Buen Suceso. A good place to pause, fill up with water, and relax.
There is also a truck-stop restaurant with the same namesake just across the road. They are pilgrim friendly and your first opportunity outside of La Robla for a coffee. They might also offer a bed (987 575 585)
From here, continue along the road or the tracks to the next left hand turn. It will take you up a gentle ascent to Nocedo de Gordon.
The plaza mayor of La Pola is easily missed. After you cross over the river, turn right. Most pilgrims continue the additional 6km to the albergue in Buiza, but if you wish to stay in La Pola, you have a few options. Stock up on food as there is none available for the next couple of days (apart...
This alto marks the high point of this day's climbing.
On the way down it is easy to get confused and head towards Rodiezmo. Just past the third rocky outcropping, the path continues straight on to Rodiezmo. The camino itself turns Left.
The last section of the camino into Poladura is a treacherous slog. San Martín is the village just before and there are several easily recognizable paths to get you there. The road between the two cities is short with little traffic.