El Caserio de Fatas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... smaller backpack with us and send our large ones ahead because of the inclines today and our bad feet. It was amazing how much faster we could go and the pressure off our feet helped. However, when we got to our great little alburgue today we set up appointments for our feet. These are professional folks who provide a blister treatment so we can go on. I am afraid of ...
... claire" would she feel better with treatment.. a muffler resounding si' .. could be heard beneath my dusty socks! One hour later she is being pampered. Now let me tell you about sisters 7 blisters. . Each has a name. . The first two are affectionately known as c*$ k sucker. ..two more mother trucker... one toe is the ...
... rooved stone houses looking impossibly fresh and neat. We gradually rose up to the crest of the Pyrenees through a pass at 1500 metres. The views were vast, though shrouded by mist. At the top we were entertained by a mob of horses with bells. The tinkling of theirs and those of nearby cattle gave an almost eerie feel to the solitude on top of the world.
As we headed south down the mountains into ...
... Chaca in Aragonese) is a city of northeastern Spain near the border
in the midst of the Pyrenees in the province of Huesca.
Jaca, a fort on the Aragón River at
the crossing of two great early medieval routes, one from Pau to ...
... t speak English, so it was a bit lonely. I spent quite a lot of my time trying to work out where the next part of my trip would take me. I have had a quite clear, though vague plan, up to now. Suddenly I am not sure where I want to go next and I must have considered 5 or 6 alternative routes. In the end, having failed to make a decision, I left Castillo de Loarre and headed off the the place I first thought of in the foothills of the Pyrenees. Lets hope it was a good decision.