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... t have packs on our backs, and found a small bar and ordered tapas and a salad to share. This was our only option since all restaurantes and most bars will not serve food for dinner until 8:30 - 9:00 pm. After dinner, we returned to the pencion, payed our bill and chatted as best we could with the owner, then retired to our room to organize our stuff for tomorrow and get some more rest, Blogger's Note: Our communication was enhanced by the voice version of the "I ...
We walked out of Los Arcos this morning at 5.40 a.m. A brief climb out of the town soon leveled off and remained relatively flat for the first 4 miles. Flashlights were no longer needed at dawn (6am) after 3.6 miles. We both had a banana as we walked, which tied us over until Sansol. A cool breeze and the terrain made this an easy walk. We arrived at Sansol at 7:45 am after only 4.6 miles. We continued on to the adjacent village of Torres del Rio for a total of 5.35 miles, ...
... i walk out of Navarra and into Rioja. Rioja is Spain's most famous red wine producing area. 'Oh lord, lead me not into temptation, i can obviously find that sort of thing myself' Low and behold i found a pub in the main street right across the alley from the main cathedral in Vianna. What a pretty place for a beer and bocadilla ( see the photo of the beer right at the front doors) So i am typing away and i thought i must look at what is ahead of me tomorrow seeing as i am ...
... 52. They have a system for carpooling here called "Blah-Blah-Car" where people can post where they are driving to during a particular day and you can catch a ride if you want. It is an efficient and much less expensive way of travelling to different Spanish cities.
53. The AVE is the coolest and best train ever. So comfortable and travels over 300kmh.
54. Barcelona is so touristy. To really get the experience of Spanish life and culture, ...
A little before midnight (Saturday june 21-Sunday June 22), we attended the neighborhood festival of San Juan where there is a giant tower of boxes that is lit on fire. It is a tradition that people do every year to celebrate the coming of summer, community connection, etc. People write down their wishes on a piece of paper and throw it in the display ...