Iriarte Jauregia Hotel
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... in the landscape from where we were to where we are. The south west of France was incredibly flat with beaches that stretched out for miles and almost as soon as we were in Spain it seemed as though there were hills everywhere. Also, I need to point out that we may have been lied to in song. Although the rain in Spain may fall mainly on the plain, there was a fair bit of it falling as we drove though these hills. I think one of the reasons we felt ...
... bugger had a nightmare in the middle of the night and was yelling out until someone settled him down. Warren had bought bread, salami, cheese, apples and peaches for breakfast which we started having at the first stop, usually about an hour into the walk. Today it was in Maneru which had a pretty town square.
We had earlier walked back into Puente La Reina to look around. It was so old with stork nests at the top of the cathedral. Warren went in ...
... in to our Albergue and showering we headed down to the bar for coffee then drinks. Wine and beer is less than 1/2 the price of water or cool drinks! Coca Cola has a lot to answer to answer for! And alas what is on TV on the bar? The story of Moses - the same as at home on Good Friday! Humph! Just in Espanol! Same film.
The Albergue is again shared facilities I. E. Male and female share the same toilets and showers and no one gives ...
... fantastic day walking in cooler temperature with high cloud, sun peeking through occasionally and some blue sky! The gods are still smiling on us! And we walked for about 6 hours, did 23 kms - including an extra 1.5 km to get to our hotel, as Estella is not abounding in hotels (quite a few albergues for the people who sleep 50 /room but not actual hotels). And we are in a very drab end of town, but the ...
... to discover that we have marched about a quarter of a mile out of our way! So, we got a little extra exercise that day! Yesterday's pictures include several from the peak of a steep climb where several metal statues of horses are found. We had seen these in the movie, "The Way", and were excited to see them in person! The walk from Pamplona to Puente la Reina is rated by some as the most difficult day on the Camino ... and it was very ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility