Hotel Palacio De Elorriaga
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Seemed to have turned a corner today! We were up early and set off again in the dark from our hotel at 7 am with our packed brekkie in our back pack. In previous days we would come across many non- English peaking pilgrims and the mood is quiet and respectful as we just whisper Buen Camino as we pass. Today,there was quite a jovial mood along the way this morning as we caught up with many other pilgrims all chatting and enjoying ...
After a very sleepless snorefree night (because no one got any sleep) we headed off this morning. We met Andre from Holland last night at our Albergue. He has walked from St Jean since last Saturday. We call him the flying Dutch man. He said weather has been 34 last few days. But happily an overcast morning when we set out from Navarette. Eugene and I sent bags on as once more I packed too much ...
... the part, not a hot day no hills, in the center of La Rioja is one vineyard after another over these rolling hills. The soil is red and so heavy. I took a step off the trail to look at the new set of grapes and the red clay stuck to my sandals like high heels.... No stepping in that red clay again. Had a really nice walk with a woman from Austrailia, she is traveling with 5 Aussie friends.. It was a special,connection with ...
... could buy some poles when we arrived at the albergue and the fellow went out to a locker and gave Richard a good pair someone had left behind. What a bonus. He also found a chemist which had a good knee support so he will be right from now on.
Went out to dinner with Warren, Richard, Jeanette, Linda, John and Wendy. Wendy had trouble with with her stomach today so is in the wars with bad blisters as well.
There are ...
... to see if they dry out a bit more in the warmth of the room tonight. Well I hope the room gets warm because the temp has dropped quite dramatically.
Finally found a place open that serves "Menu del Dia" and had Macaroni with Sausage followed by grilled Chicken and Chips with Tiramisu desert, all washed down with a very drinkable Rioja Vino Tinto produced locally, all for the princely sum of €12.00