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... who runs it on the pick of the restaurant for dinner. It turned out to be one of the most disappointing meals we have had. Overpriced and very average. They ended up getting Pete's order wrong and he hardly ate what was given. Onward tomorrow to Najera a distance of 29.18kms. This will be another physical test for us. My legs are going fine it is just the feet at the moment that is the ...
... urban parks. La Rioja is, I understand, Spain's Champagne district - produces of great wine and pretty precious about it. It's also the region where the myth of St James as 'Moore Slayer' was born - plenty of violent iconography in the Churches we passed today. -Krishna ...
... that we must both share, rather than having a separate pillow for each of us. We've never seen this before... Speaking of things we haven't seen before, we have also been surprised with the emergence of short, clear glass or lucite panels that are intended to keep water in the tub but are too narrow to do their jobs! We've seen them on occasion in past trips to Europe, but this trip they have been at nearly all of our hotels in both France and ...
... me of a children's book we had at home with a little dormouse beside a poppy in a wheat field. Very picturesque. The hill was also a nice easy climb, and we met a very nice Canadian couple along the way, as well as a guy from Dublin called (drumroll) Anto. And to top it off, it was overcast and breezy most of the day. Still hot, but easier to cool down! Because we had started late, and didn't enjoy the first part of the journey, it felt like we were the very last people ...
... a burglary and stood outside hollering into walkie talkies until we told them to shut up and that it was unlikely someone robbed twenty of us in our space age train cabins while we slept. It was pretty funny except for it being 4 am. I got back to sleep till the usual rustles of people packing up for the road awake me around 6 am. Normally that's when I get in gear as well, but in keeping with my new relaxed state and enjoyment of Pamplona I didn't want to rush. So I futzed and ...