Iriarte Jauregia Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... Shamelessly, indeed. I must have been quite hungry, and no wonder given the fact that I walked at high speed (but just with a little spare pocket backpack) to make it here before 2.30 pm. What I did since breakfast? Ha! First of all I had another corporal treatment downstairs: a Vichy Douche - warm water being showered from a funny machine while I was lying on my stomach and trying not to fall asleep. Afterwards I discovered - literally discovered - Talasotherapia... ...
... The climbs were more gentle today and I stopped once for coffee and Tortilla at Cirauqui. Every bar serves their own version. Today mine came with chorizo. Wonderful. There were probably 300 people living in the town and the lady who made my coffee was Korean I walked with a Korean man and a young polish man, who had walked 40km one day and is now slowed to a hobble with shin splints. Moral is to know your limits. And ...
... before us for hundreds of years. All the feet, the shoes and gear over the centuries and all the people from various countries and walks of life and faiths all heading to Santiago.
We ended our day in Estella or better known as "Estella la bella" (Estella the beautiful). This weekend is a festival weekend and we enjoyed our evening meal with live music on the plaza by our apartment.
... and provoked me relentlessly, and I took the bait every time. i loved and hated him at once. He was a huge chauvinist in his early years, but I'm sure his ideals would have changed as his daughter grew older and independent, and i know he would have wanted her to experience a world of equal opportunity. He was a incredible cyclist, triathlete and explorer of the world, and died unexpectedly from a cerebral aneurysm rupture at only 46, a year younger than I am now. ...
... this would be a welcome stop for Pilgrims on the Camimo, which passes right by the site. Needless to say, Carlos was very enthusiastic about this new find - filling a water bottle full of the wine (which, for me, was merely OK at best). In any case, it was entertaining and unusual. After leaving the wine behind, the driver suggested we stop at another fantastic church along our route to Viana - ...