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- Non-smoking rooms
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... use. If we get a stove we are really excited! Stoves and supermarkets in the same town are far and few though. We have become rather well at getting creative with just a microwave. As of tonight we are eating fat burritos that cost us a whopping 7 euros. That saves us 13 euros a night from eating the designated pilgrim meal. Ours is better anyhow and keeps our minds fresh :p They say after a week that your body becomes use to the walking abuse. For Nic however, ...
... plate of red pepper, squash, egg plant, tomato, two types of mushrooms, endive, asparagus and zucchini. We sopped up the remaining juices of the vegetables with fresh bread just before our shared plate of baked salmon was served with a cheese crust and a delicious white sauce, accompanied with chunks of perfectly fried potatoes. We didn't even consider dessert, when offered! Who would have thought that Peregrinos, as we, would be able ...
Carrion de Los condes. This night will be hard to explain but it was magical. A friend in Tacoma who is President of the American Luthiers Guild knows an expat living here in Carrion, Frederico. Freddy still builds classical guitars but is also promoting guitar performance in this region. He has been given access to a nearly ruined church built in 1500's that served as ...
... place directly over the road from the main church and there is a free concert here tonight as well. Tomorrow is a longer day of another 27 ks so the sleep this afternoon and tonight will be well needed. I have noticed that the number of pilgrims on the road has started to increase. The route from the north and the one from the south joined in Burgos so there is quite a few more people on the ...
... away. We were rapt the rain had finished until we headed around a corner out of town to walk straight into gale force winds. They were so strong I needed my poles to keep me on the trail. I guess the only blessing was they weren't head winds, having said that it was really challenging to keep up the energy. I felt like the Flying Nun...I was sure I was about to become airborne at any moment! By the I time we arrived my legs were sore ...