Hospederia Nuestra Senora de Valvanera
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We left again at first light so watched the sun rise as we hiked. The land is flattening out and has less variation but still is filled with flowers. When we start on this early schedule, we don't have breakfast until we reach the first big town. This time we got to our first town before any coffee bar was open. I wound up having instant coffee at a friendly Alberque, but when the bar opened we had a real breakfast. ...
... its magnificent Royal Pantheon housing the burial place of many of the illustrious kings, queens and knights of Navarre.
Today we covered 28kms...the most we have done so far and the last time we will plan to walk for so long. There were some very steep uphill climbs today, reaching 600m at Poyo de Roldan just before we started our descent into Najera.
Villages or towns we passed through after leaving Logrono were Pantano, Navarette, ...
... had a sip, and made a mental note I really needed to do some stretching and yoga, given I was just out classed by a short 80+ year old. At the next village, Espinosa, I stopped at a bar, and ordered a salad and coffee. The salad was the usual, iceberg lettuce, tomato, green olives, onion that doesn't taste like onion, and a tablespoon of canned tuna in the middle. I got to dress it myself, with little packets of vinegar and Spanish olive oil, which I subsequently ...
... younger days, I stubbornly resisted these perks, attempting to carry huge loads without help etc., maintaining that anything a boy could do, I could do better, faster, and probably looking hotter. I just didn't like the insinuation that I wasn't able do that stuff. Well that's all well and good, but what about if I just don't want to? So these days I'm happy to let the boys carry the boxes while I put my feet up with a beer. Seems like more of a win to me).
... different countries and continue to cross paths with them. We have enjoyed stopping in the churches along the way. Today, we were in a church with alabaster windows. The light was milk white. We also came across a church with a window that reflected the Templar church. We continue to walk, reflect, ponder and ...