NH Herencia Rioja
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... the road at around 8, a bit tardy today. Beautiful vinyards all around. On the way we met Marcus from Germany, he was not happy. He set out at 6 this morning from the same place as us but got lost and was an hour and a half wandering around. He was down on it. He is going the whole way to Santiago.
We met an Irish guy Will from Kilkenny, he is finishing tomorrow he has come from St Jean but he is finding it too tough. Taking bus ...
... he said 11 euros will be fine. Seriously, this joint is great. As a sad side note apparently the Aussie guy who was gored is not in a good way at all so thoughts and prays are with him. So last evening it was off to the local pub at 6 for opening time and for a pilgrim meal. One thing i have noticed on this trip are people who are really pushing themselves because of a timetable. As i sit here and type a romanian lady has just walked in / stumbled in and she is not in a ...
... the part, not a hot day no hills, in the center of La Rioja is one vineyard after another over these rolling hills. The soil is red and so heavy. I took a step off the trail to look at the new set of grapes and the red clay stuck to my sandals like high heels.... No stepping in that red clay again. Had a really nice walk with a woman from Austrailia, she is traveling with 5 Aussie friends.. It was a special,connection with ...
Day 9 of the Camino A huge day at 29.18km. Made even worse as we were heading directly into a strong wind all day. The left knee is starting to give me a problem particularly going downhill. I will need to find a Pharmacia tomorrow and find a good brace like the one ...
... scooted another 5km to our hotel. It was a new concrete excrescence, protruding from the ancient landscape like a McDonalds without the burgers. We think that it is a victim of the financial crisis here and was perhaps built to capitalise on the amazing archeological finds at nearby Altapuerca. A huge museum there is closed and many of the artefacts are only to be seen in Burgos. It was comfortable but we had been spoilt by wondrous buildings in old city ...