Palacio de Pujadas
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Today Paul and I celebrate our 28th wedding anniversary. We are treating ourselves to a night at the Palacios de Pujadas in Viana, Spain. The special night comes after a difficult week of insomnia, sweat, exhaustion, rashes, sore...everything, blisters and allergies. We saw a message this morning on the trail to remind us of what has gotten us this …
... valley, & had to be very mindful when we negated these steep paths. Yesterday was a very hard day and our packs were feeling very heavy. After wandering around the old city decided to find a hostel the Andrés Munoz & settle early. Looked all around the village of Viana, they all live in such wonderful communities, doors opens straight out onto the little narrow streets, villagers all chatting away to neighbours, village life looks ...
... son. The son basically said no 'she'll be right love your not my type'. The young girl didn't take the rejection well. She hid a silver goblet in his knapsack and then dobbed him in. The local copper nabbed him, 3 minute trial, sentenced him to hang went out into the woods and strung him up. The mum and dad had gone on a bit and when the son didn't front they went back and found him, but amazingly was still alive. So the mum and dad fronted the local copper and said come on cut ...
... to Logrono, which would be the closest place for us to stay. The girls decided to continue on.
We checked into the municipal albergue Andres Munoz for 6 euros and it is great. We have 12 beds in our room, several people we know. Eating lunch out, then we will cook dinner... Great stocked kitchen.
Viana is a very cute town. As you enter it is a little seedy, but then you get to the square and it becomes this very ...
Hola! We don't have much to report simply because we have been spending SO much time in the small town of Santo Domingo. There isn't much to do here and we are restricted because of Elvis' elephantiasis. The doctor ordered that we don't move anywhere for 3-4 days. He has to give himself daily injections and take oral antibiotics. Tomorrow we are on the move but it's a ...