NH Herencia Rioja
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... outdoor cafés with elegantly dressed local, but alas no food being served!!!! They were all having a wonderful time chatting/ smoking and just sipping on wines or coffee. The only eateries seemed to be many stand- up Tapas bars . We realised then that Spaniards " sit down to drink and stand up to eat!" Finally found a table at a very average Tapas sit down restaurant and had a very late ordinary meal Walked: 20 km Total walked :165 km (9km ...
We pretty much flew into Najera (said Nahera) today -just under 17 k in just over 4 hrs - blustery wind behind us, sun glistening on the snow-capped mountains in front. Najera is a picture postcard town nestled between two peaks with gurgling mountain stream running between the old town and the new one (bits of the new one are a few hundred years old too :)). Perfect walk and finished the day lying in the sun in the village square: reading. The Camino is indeed divine! -Krishna ...
... In most other cities, they would have eaten by 6pm and be in bed by 9pm.
Today, was just the perfect Sunday. I think I slept into 3pm. My body was just feeling really exhausted and aching from all the recent activity. I think its in shock. My right knee doesn't feel so strong too so I'm going to stop running for a few days (good excuse!). And I think today was the first day, we didn't spend any money except for our rent.
... I mucked around at post offices and getting the parcel organised I was late. The real walking pilgrims were well ahead of me. I arrived at Ventosa at about 2:00pm but it was a small uninteresting little town without a lot to excite me, I made an executive decision. Walk on to Najera. (31k). I had sworn with my Irish mates that I would not do 30k days anymore but with all things being ideal for walking, I went on. My resolution should be I will not do 30k days in the heat anymore. ...
... the street consisted of a bottle of Narvarro Vino Tinto (red); creamed spinach with cheese, garlic, walnuts, and bits of bacon (dad and Deb), white bean soup with amazing spices (mom); chicken and sauce to die for(Deb), veal with gravy (mom), and pork with potatoes (dad); and finished with ice cream (dad), flan (mom); plain yogurt (Deb). All for €33! Back to the Albergue for showers, blogging, and another early ...