Hosteria Del Monasterio De San Millan
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... Abad sounded like a great place for a good night's sleep. We could take a rest day tomorrow, then move over to the albergue for the second night. Just knowing that helped us finish the hot, 4-mile trek to the hotel. The town is a bit funky. It serves as a truck stop today with a history of bandits preying on the pilgrims hundreds of years ago. You walk into town along the busy highway, then dip down across a foot bridge, spanning ...
... the trip but returned this year to try again. Finally there is a German man, Steffan, who is hiking alone but plans to meet up with his mother at a pre-determined place and time. Steffan has learned that he can walk much faster and farther than he anticipated (Ah, youth!) so he is trying to slow down by many sightseeing side trips so that he will not arrive at the meeting place with days to spare. There is a customary greeting "Buen Camino" ...
... have come to join a mate who has walked from St. Jean. They have no freaking idea what they are in for and I think tomorrow mornings sore heads will be a rude start. The pub is smaller than my office! But what fun we had. Ann and I took a walk around town and saw the stork nest with a mummy stork in it. The old buildings are beautiful and there's something be fixed in the street. No lights, no warnings, just a pile of stuff in the street - drive around ...
... 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 ...