Hospederia De Arguis
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... spent two nights here to take it easy. The next day, we took a short 40km drive that took about 4 hours! Narrow, winding mountain tracks were slow going, but the frequent stops and lunch to ourselves at the most remote restaurant made the day very full. Up there we had to stop for photos all the time and came across a disused monastery built in 1582. It is a thrill to be in these places with it all to ...
... a bit limited in terms of how much I could explore but we did manage to get out on the occasions when she was feeling a bit better. I had picked up some more steroids from a vet in Burgos but at the moment I don't really want to give them to her because of the side effects. If she doesn't buck up I am afraid it will be back onto the medication.
If you were to ask Treacle for her impressions of the last 10 days I think she would mention two unusual ...
... distance - I did a happy dance - love that sight.
Came around one bend in the highway and here is a shepherd sitting on the guard rail while his sheep graze the edges of the highway. Amazing and much better than mechanical mowers. Win/win. Shortly after we see the massive reservoir that was on the map. The colours were stunning and when we stopped to take a pic the dam was teeming with fish and the fisherman were out for their Sunday catch.
... and seen it in the film, 'The Way' but it is so much more beautiful 'in the flesh'.
By midday, the temperature had risen (it was still 72 degrees at 6.30pm) and the water intake rose too. I hadn't expected it to be this hot and when in Pamplona bought a pair of shorts which are going to come in handy over the next few days!
Am staying in a convent tonight. Bed, shower and DECENT WIFI, all for the price of 5 Euros. Can't be bad.
... if you are then walking on the flat. It s only an overnight rest that has them ready to go again.
You will see the photo of Galar and this is the exact spot where Charlemagne defeated the Muslim army of Aigolando (Moorish King) in the 8th century. He then moved his army on to Puente la Reina where he too rested. I just stood still for 5 minutes and tried to imagine it happening.
Then up to the Pilgrim's memorial at 790 metres. This is the Hill of forgiveness ...