Hotel Zenit Calahorra
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... teacher) while on the camino. She's done the section from Logro˝o to Santiago before, and survived, which is the main thing. There was another Irish guy downstairs "with curly blonde hair", but I've yet to meet him. Kathy also managed to find an acquaintance of my friend's fiancÚ from county Clare while sitting at the restaurant, so we're beginning to outnumber everyone but the Spaniards at this stage...
The problem with all of this, of course (and there ...
... hardworking foot muscles. It was AMAZING! When I started walking in boots again my feet felt reinvigorated, and I felt like between that and the music I'd had a healing experience for body and soul. As we stood in line for our credential stamps, I asked one big guy in a red shirt and with enormous calves, "So...that was you singing in there?" "Yes." "It was lovely. What was that - who are you all?" The big German smiled a little and said in a mock grave tone, "Ve arr ...
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> > The good news is that there is basically water in every village up to now. Not only great for refills, but also a fantastic moment to put the head under the fountain and cool down the brain cells.
> > Most of the walkers carry one litre plastic bottles, or the heavier aluminium ones. I remember doing that during Hadrians Wall and was always left with little or no water. For some reason (probably to carry less) you drink more and ...
Our day started with a wonderful breakfast put on by the Dutch volunteers. It was slightly overcast and rain clouds loomed in the distance. Debbie felt strong, her feet no longer hurt and we started our walk by 7:30am.
We walked through beautiful vineyards and wheat fields. We both felt strong, healthy and invigorated. Strangely after about 6 kms we noticed Debbie's knees to be red and swollen. They did not ...
The Cathedral of Calahorra
The cathedral is located in the place where two roman legionaries were decapitated, Saint Emeterio and Saint Celedonio.These two Saints are the Patron Saints of Calahorra. The Cathedral was built on the river where their heads were decapitated.
Under the alter are holy relics with the bodies of the Martyrs but theirs heads are in the city of Santander. There are some traditions that try ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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