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 ...
... and moving on. Very social and informal, we love
it. And of course with everything quite affordable for us here it
makes this last part of our trip relaxed.
Finally caught some of the
F1 which was quite amusing seeing Spanish Spectators and their
passion before moving on to a little village to stay for the night,
El Cortijo which had a beautiful view across to the Sierras (and a
park across the road for Ella!)
... the vineyards as we strolled by. It rained just enough to wear rain gear but not ***********g enough to slow us down. We bid goodbye to our young Ukrainian friends when they stopped for a break. We are so grateful that we do not have any blisters, etc. Our thoughts are simple and mostly of gratitude. Buen Camino :-) Had a great meal tonight. Mixed green salad and a grilled sirloin steak. Simple but delicious. Then off to the ice cream shop for two small scoops. ...
... Laura's beginning to think some people just do the camino for the social aspect. I suppose it does no more harm to your body than a night out drinking?!
My yoghurt has just arrived at the end of another salty pilgrim menu (which I haven't actually attempted since the salty fish fiasco in Roncevalles), so I'm going to go eat it and sneak back to the 34 bed dorm before I meet any more travelling Irish up for a conversation!
... Madre es mal" (in slaughtered Spanish, but they understood immediately "mother is not well"), the hosts jumped to their feet and nearly dragged us inside! They couldn't do enough. They took her backpack, got her a bed, grabbed a blanket, hung her coat, and oohed and ahh'd about both mom and dad's age. This is the first municipal Albergue we've stayed in - only two choices in this tiny village - and we lucked out. This "muni" has 60 beds situated on two floors ...