Meson del Cid
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... the old river port area making it an attractive river bank area well used by the locals . The down town area has all the name brands and those locals not on the riverbank were walking down the street with all the tourists. Overnight in Bordeaux to catch train to Paris - dinner at ...
... is €0.80 for 500ml bottle and wine is €2.5 for a 750ml bottle! Huh!
Hedley says he's getting pie eyed again but who cares. Just means he's likely to snore more in the dorm tonight. Pizza and **** afternoon he's called it. The bar is full of peregrinos and we continue to bravo and clap them in - ***** of a day and many we passed on our way through today. Just up hanging out waiting door dinner then bed - lots of tired peregrinos - hard day.
... sharp pebbles tend to poke through. Thankfully they've been pretty comfortable to hike in (in part thanks to Glenda on her advice to get the arch supports 'As seen on TV at CVS') and I haven't rolled my ankle, yet! Although I've come pretty close on several occasions. We met an interesting duo today. A father and son from San Diego that left St. Jean the same day we left yet we barely met them on day 10 or 11, whatever today is, I loose track. Shoot, half the time I don't even ...
... bad shape so early (as we initially thought) in the trip. Regardless of the miles, he was hurting, and our hearts go out to him, wherever he ends up.
~ An energetic man from Ireland who began walking from Pamplona. He started the walk from SJPP last year and made it to Pamplona only to have his appendix removed! He hoped to make it to Santiago this year without losing any more body parts. Ha!
~ Ramona, the gentle German woman with no hair. We believe she ...
... we were about one km for Hornillos, I got a major cramp in my calf of my left leg that slowed our pace to a crawl. By the time we arrived in Hornillos we were spent and ready for a shower and a rest. We checked into the Casa Rural Sol a Sol.
Hornillos is a typical ancient village, with old stone buildings, narrow streets and it seems abandoned as you enter. We found that usually we come into the towns around noon to two o'clock ...