Hotel Zenit Calahorra
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Not a good day - topped off with having just written an extensive story that just got dumped as the wi if dropped out as I saved which means it was dumped completely :( :(
So today, I have had the most gorgeous walk - well for the first half anyway! Yesterday I was feeling very good when I reached Los Arcos at midday 22km from Estella, so after a convivial coffee and tapas with fellow Aussie Robert, and a tour of the ...
... by us because we weren't hungry yet as eating at 9, 10 or even 11 pm is becoming the norm too. The restaurant has a very relaxed yet upscale feel to it. The waiters are attentive and the food is excellent. Portion size great and price very economical for what we received. And the bread was so delicious. Freshly baked out of the oven with the most amazing butter. And the most amazing thing was how they served the butter. I've attached a photo to show - ...
... bathROOM with three toilets, one of which was out of order, six showers, and five sinks. HOW IS THAT ACCEPTABLE? This hospital (Freudian slip: hostel) has ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTEEN beds!!! It's more private to change under your travel towel on your bunk! Everything was closed in Pamplona when we left, but there was still a very busy atmosphere around the place with the preparations for the San Fermín festival. The gates and boarding is getting even more impressive, ...
... It was really a neat experience to have some non-Catholics join us and show such intrigue and reverence towards the celebration. We then met back up with our picnic friends, and enjoyed a pilgrim's meal at a local resturante. The only word that I think can sum up such a day is Gezellig, one of the Dutch words I learned today. There is no exact translation in English, but roughly it means fun, cozy, and good company. And what can get better than that! Peace, ...
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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 ...