Hostal Rey Pedro I
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... we stop to check if they are ready to pick. I'm glad it was cloudy today as the path is crushed white gravel which when the sun came out was glarey. We walked on to Granon another 6.8km and stopped in the parochial hostel. This evening we are sitting in the square having an aperitivo savouring the late afternoon sun. Dinner is at the hostel and another few minutes silence in the church before we turn ...
Signs, signs, everywhere signs... Yellow arrows, shells and pilgrims -- these are the tools we have to find our way to Santiago. Every town/city uses shells and arrows of their own design. Shell markers are many colours, and material (metal, rock, ceramic, grass, etc). Arrows are a bright yellow. You can find the shells and arrows on cement markers, sidewalks, homes, ...
It was another fun night last night. I wandered around town (which was mainly closed) until I could hear a lively sounding bar, took a deep breath and in I went. Well all the Irish were there which was a good start. I sat at the bar and immediately a nice couple from Orange County, California called John and Mary joined me. Their Camino is another story again - they are doing it in chunks but not in the geographical order. I've been so surprised at how few people are starting at ...
Wednesday May 13 2015, 6.22am
After our very exhausting day yesterday we had a late start & looked around Santo Domingo de la Calzada as there are some amazing places to visit before we head off to Belorado.
During our walk around the Santo Domingo Cathedral we discovered that a celebration Mass was to begin at 10.30am, so we decided to stay & listen to the beautiful singing of the choir.
Due to our late start ...
... the focus off of sore feet, etc. Really enjoyed today and am looking forward to arriving in Burgos tomorrow and then having a day off. It really is the United Nations here. So far we gave met and shared with people from Australia, Italy, Gernany, Holland, Hungary, Japan, USA, Russia, Spain, UK, Ireland, France, Canada, New Zealand, Wales, Switzerland to name some. All getting along and finding a way to ...