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... 5 miles thru the city, and had not seen our place called " El Camino". So we stopped at a bench in the shade, removed our packs and Jim began stopping locals on foot, asking directions. The first few people he asked didn't seem to understand that we were looking for a "hotel" called El Camino, not THE Camino. Each contact was given an gracious "muchas gratias" and Jim moved to the next. Then, he found a person or two who understood we were looking for a hotel, but had ...
... town. I boiled the water for soup and had crackers, cheese, chorizo and soup. Oh it didn't disappoint i am going to cut some up and put it in a little bag to have with a beer this afternoon. Today, as it was hot and really clear when i got to the top of yet another hill i could see all the way back over the vineyards right back to where i set out from this morning. Geez that would have only been 17ks at that point. I would have loved to have ...
... we will have a good breakfast and get away before 7am. However, before then the owner recommended a little restaurant that serves traditional local food. Fresh asparagus is in season so that is on the menu for us. Looking forward to it.
Warren plans to head off tomorrow morning with the hares so we will meet up in Logrono in the afternoon. Richard and I will travel together but still need to get away before 7am. It will be a record if we can finally do ...
... I am not looking forward to walking through Logrono - which appears by all accounts to be a huge concrete jungle housing its 140,000 residents. Not a welcome thought for walkers. I think I might cheat and take a cab to cut across the city :) -Krishna ...
... taking pictures. We've got quite a following of pilgrims behind us when we hear two men talking agitatedly and looking at a map. We realize then that it has been sometime since we've seen the metal shells in the walkway that have told us we were on the Camino while we were in the city or the blue and yellow signs that have identified the Way. One of us calls out to Robert and Randy, then we see people behind us turning back! We start to follow ...