Hosteria Del Monasterio De San Millan
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Yesterday crossed from the province of Navarra to La Rioja, the province known for it's wine producing. Today has been the ninth day of walking and also broke the 200 kilometre mark, being on about 230 since the walk started last week. The few minor foot blisters have cleared up but the fatigue on the feet is adding up. The legs are holding up and …
... The view from the guest house was stunning, peaceful and serene. The next morning we did a guided tour in Spanish of the Yuso monastery. The monastery spanned 14 centuries and was the place where the first Spanish and Basque writing was recorded. Lunch was in Najerra with its caves, cathedral and awfully small roads. Our final destination through kma of vineyards was Laguardia a walled village famous for wine and home to 300 underground ...
... San Millán lived. Perhaps Suso's major claim to fame is as the place where phrases in the Spanish and Basque languages were written for the first time. UNESCO acknowledges the property "as the birthplace of the modern written and spoken Spanish We saw the original scripts of the Gregorian chants that is kept here from a armlenght distance which was thrilling to say the ...
... an actual forest walk on the top of a mountain. We're back to over 1000m altitude today, and it was just beautiful. There were clouds, tree cover, birds, even RAIN. And we were talking to a man earlier who actually DIDN'T get the rain, so we feel twice as special. Now, being from Ireland, we wouldn't call it "rain", per se. It was just a few drops here and there, but it felt amazing. It prompted all the Brazilians to put their waterproof covers on their backpacks, but there was ...
... top condition. From here to Santo Domingo the track was really rough and corrugated, exacerbating the condition of our already tender behinds. We were very pleased to dismount from our bicicletas today.
The owner of our hotel informed us that Cirueña was one of several 'ghost towns' in La Rioja. Built just prior to the financial crash in 2008, the Country Club was hoping ...