AC Hotel Zizur Mayor by Marriott
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... her mother would come for me to take me upstairs across the street. The elevator was as large as a postage stamp...there was another friend in this itsy bitsy elevator Carmen, the mother, shoved me in there... Climbing 4 floors with my 17 lb pack looked glorious after the tiny shoebox. She said no and sang me a song so cheerily From La Rioja as she pulled on my hat... You get over everything on this camino.. No whining... Just wine.... You ...
... where it was time to stop for a while and rest the feet. It is hot and dry and without much shade it is very tiring. I found a Bar/Cafe soon after arriving and four young pilgrims I have spoken with before are sitting and having a rest, so I joined them. They are lovely and friendly young people. Two from Germany, one from USA and one from Ireland. I sat and had a cold beer and had something to eat while resting and checking my guide book for the rest of ...
... even though he didn't speak English. All in all we have had a good day, albeit with injuries. The country is beautiful, the people are nice and always say ola, buenos dias or Buen Camino when you walk by, which is a change from Paris. I like it here, I like it a lot and there's a good chance I'll come back, for a visit or even longer. You just never know. Maybe I'll learn to be a bull fighter? I always liked wearing tights and a funny hat! Buen Camino Total distance walked: 18.5 Km's E & ...
... app and found that there are 3 towns in Spain called Los Arcos, and ours in Navarra was not the one with the thunderstorms! And it is predicted to remain fine tomorrow. Our walk was quite spectacular - with sweeping views in all directions. Only one climb, up to a lovely town called Villamayor, but otherwise just undulating gently. We now pass more olive groves and vineyards, and many fields of harvested hay with huge piles of bales - not like Monet's ...
... be able to gore but they are still powerful buggers and caused some great hits. My favourite two were when a guy got picked and flicked a whole 360 degrees and an idiot who was wearing a backpack that the bull picked out and used it to lift him up. One thing I should explain is that while the bulls are fought and killed there still remains a lot of respect for them. Jumping on top of them or pulling the tail will result in the locals coming at you and punching or ...