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... limped in after the long stretch! Unfortunately, by the time we were able to hobble across the Square to look at the Cathedral we realised it was closed- disappointing & a salutary lesson! A joint decision was made to not walk the last 10 km into Logrono - a large city, the route which would take us through many boring outer suburbs- so we caught a taxi. The trip took 15' and would have taken over 2 hours on foot- my knee was very ...
... our way up the stairs to the second floor entrance to "El Camino pencion". A señora opened the door and upon our telling her our name (called in last night by our Albergue caretaker), welcomed us in... some 2 hours and nearly 2 miles after walking past the "El Camino" on our initial pass thru Logrono. The lady who owns the pencion showed us a shared kitchen and two bathrooms we can use that are shared with other guests as we walked down the hall to our room, which is ...
... doubled up on the water as it is a dry stretch and my pack is probably weighing in at about 14 ks with the extra water - oh and wine from the fountain and monjardin. When i got to my hostel this afternoon in Vianna i was pretty amazed with the next door neighbours. It is an 11th century church that has been ruined during wars and the history is impressive. I even called Joelene on face time so she could see what was outside the front door. So i have showered and dressed and ...
46. It is very normal to drink wine at any time of day, for any meal. Breakfast, lunch, dinner.
47. Traveling in Spain always causes my ears to "pop" due to pressure changes from the mountains.
48. Every drive in Spain is so beautiful, with mountains, vineyards, and sunflowers filling the horizons
49. Just like it is normal to not wear a bathing suit top on the beaches in Spain, it is also normal to show newscasts ...
... for dinner, to no avail...it was 7pm, early by Spanish standards, so nothing was open. It was cold and we were hungry so her walked back to the hotel dropping into the cathedral briefly. We ended up eating a very light meal of toasted sandwich and a pastry for dessert, and of course a glass of vino tinto. I was asleep in bed by 9pm and asleep not long after.
I found out later that a witches coven was active in the area where I felt ...