Hospederia De Arguis
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... We are sad to see you go! From four to three we walk into the sun, Another church filled with gold Over Roman bridges, onto old Roman roads, Climbing up, heat beating down, Tiny village of Cirauqui here we come! Tired feet, 29k behind us, We enjoy delicious dinner communal style. Local wine, speciality black bread soup, We celebrate our ...
Rest day - only 12km today. I've been walking with some Canadian pilgrims and it was another 20km to the next town with services, so we decided to stop in Arres. Beautiful tiny village!! Good choice for me as my cold has gotten worse & moved into my lungs, which proves to make for difficult walking! Glad for the rest and the local Farmacia in Puenta la Reina de Jaca was so helpful. In Spain the Farmacia is run by a doctor so I got some ...
... So lovely and peaceful when you hear the river. A beautiful lunch spot by bubbling Rio Gas and picnic tables. I long lunch consisting of cheese, nuts, fruit and chocolate! A bit of writing and then Back to the walk into Santa Cilia. Sweet tiny village right next to the river. A very old church sits at the towns edge where the sun set over the river and the Pyrenees Mts and ...
Day 4 stats:
Today's walk: 27.3km
Total so far: 93.8km
I started just after 8am and arrived about 4.15pm
Walking with newly-made friends always makes the walk more entertaining and longer. A San Franciscan couple (Patty and Ric************) and a couple from Yallingup (Janet and Peter) joined me for lunch today and then we ...
... the rough track took all the concentration we had.
Round 5pm the small collection of old buildings of Arres on the crest of the hill was a very welcome sight. The Albergue los Solrisas is in one of the restored buildings. The hosts are 2 very friendly women who had little English but very keen to communicate and make us welcome. We were shown to a room where 5 of the 8 bunk beds were already taken so we gratefully squeezed in. This ...