Hotel Palacio de Elorriaga
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... the cathedral and look at the amazing artefacts. These included 2 live cockerels which are part of the 12 century legend. Apparently S. Domingo saved a boy's life and some how chickens were involved, hence the live ones in the church. The hills roll away either side of the path. Yellows, greens and the rich red clay of the Roija region. The colours are quite beautiful. Its almost grape harvest time, ...
... lunch and a pintxos (tapas in Basque) crawl for dinner. We've been walking with a small group of people for the last couple of days, which has been nice. Sometimes it's nice not to have to introduce yourself to new people every evening. In comparison to others, I think we're holding up moderately. Bridge and I have matching right knee braces. Bridge's packed up walking around Pamplona, mine the following morning about 2 hrs out of ...
... Our room was in the loft, and our beds (if you can call them that), were 1" foam mats that were layed on the floor. The Albergue is run by the parish, and has volunteers (called hospitaleros/as) that rotate through over the course of a year. At the time of our visit, we had a hospitalera from Canada (maritimes), and two hospitaleros (one from Spain and the other from the Netherlands).
There were about 20 of us staying at this Albergue, likely ...
... few days saw me often alone with no other person in sight and occasionally you would come across others resting under a tree or on the banks of a stream soaking their feet. Today however presents a constant, winding stream of people whenever you looked ahead or behind. I am hoping that the end of the weekend will see the numbers decrease as it appears many Spaniards have undertaken sections of the walk for the three day duration.
When they depart I hope they ...
... We have seen quite a bit of graffiti. I am usually not such a fan, however, today we came across a piece that was very well done. It was a picture of the Camino shell with the saying, "Buen Camino". The city of Logrono also had some great paintings in a tunnel. One was an abstract of pilgrims walking and the last was a map showing the path to Santiago. We walked past the church in Logrono that contains ...