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In the morning it is still raining. The forecast looks bad for the next few days in the Picos mountains, but things look a little better over to the west.
So we decide to abandon the rest of the Picos route and head over to the Pyrenees in search of the sun. It is a long and very wet ride, back to the motorway and on and on to …
... the Citadel, it started to really feel like WE WERE DOING THIS. We found the Camino markers (they were plentiful) and made our way through the narrow winding streets. The sounds of the city, and church bells ringing and ringing, felt like from another time. We went into a church and spent some quiet time in prayer and reflection. Mass was about to start and an organist played beautifully. On the way out we acquired a prayer card for ...
... I rolled, and it seemed I was close enough as he bravo'd me and told me it was "perfecto", but clearly he was being extra nice. I need some sort of special ed language classes ... I really struggle to learn other languages. The path travelled up, and too often for my groaning knee back down ... then back up again, through vibrant green fields, and the view behind, looking back on the path travelled from Pamplona was stunning. The path crossed a little stream, where I ...
Our mid-day stop today was in Sanguesa, a very small town on the Aragon River, and an important stop on the Camino de Santiago. The most noteworthy site in this town is the Church of Santa Maria, built in the 1100's. The exterior highlight is a fantastic romanesque wall surrounding the main entrance dating to the 13th century - considered one of the best examples of romanesque in Europe. The interior of the church was very old. The main alter was quite elaborate and well ...
... the difficult descent. Although the descending path was steep, uneven and covered with multi-sized stones, we maneuvered quite well and reached the base without injury or incident. We continued along the dirt path for a couple of miles, reaching the village of Uterga at about 10:00 a.m. We stopped at a nice albergue/ restaurant for a rest/restroom break and to remove our shoes and socks. While we rested we ...