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... city was not well marked and it was necessary to continually look for the sign of the scallop shell or yellow arrow. Marco, an extremely attractive young Italian fellow, was waiting near the bus station to say goodbye to the fellow pilgrims he had met, as he was heading home today. The comraderie that has developed amongst all ages and nationalities in just a few days is heart warming.
Once out of Logrono, the walk went through vineyards (rioja ...
... place, a labyrinth beside the Camino. We marked the stone and placed it with others at the center, to remain and hopefully link Sharon and John to the spirit of the Camino and the healing powers that abound. We arrived at Ages ( pronounced "ah HAYS") just before noon and rang the doorbell to Albergue San Rafael. The owner, Anna Maria, acknowledged our reservation and welcomed us, literally with open arms. She said our room would be ready in about an hour. She then gave us ...
... beautiful day! We had a great dinner. We enjoyed Martin from Hungary, Jean Mark from Belgian, Philippe from France, Polina from Germany and Evelyn from Seattle. What a lively discussion, especially when you add wine! Our hosts were Miryam, her husband, Rudolfo, and their son, Juan David. Their new albergue, Santa Fe, was small and comfortable. The meal: soup, salad, steak and ice cream, was fantastic. We look forward to a comfortable, restful ...
... and expecting the weather to be as cold and windy as yesterday - what a surprise. It was a beautiful crisp morning, no wind, sun shining, but.... uphill immediately as we left the hotel. What a lovely walk through more forests of pine, beech and wildflowers. I even saw a deer running off into the wilderness. The views were sensational as we climbed the first hill, looking back over he many valleys, and over towards the mountains, still with snow in the top. ...
... quite a few small towns and some of them are a little depressing as there are so many unfinished homes and buildings. It's sad to see. We also noticed that the number of pilgrims on the road has significantly increased. This hostel is a bigger one however it's been split into rooms of 6 people. Which is great. We seem to have had a good run on the places we have been staying at since Nájera. But you take the good with the bad and ...