Palacio de Samaniego
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... that the Norwegian people we had been rooming with may have taken his left sock by mistake. With this I looked at the sock and turned it inside out. Guess what it was no longer written in Noweigen and the left sock was found. We arrived at our Albergue after a great walk and went with Petra (Germany) and Marrianna (Denmark) for dinner. Steve is really the rose among the thorns tonight bunking with 5 women including me. Albergue - Albergue de Peregrinos San Saturnino - E10.00 pp bed only ...
... but the parents had strong faith in their son's innocence. They went to the father to fight for their boy's life. The father laughed and said your son is as dead as the chicken on my plate. At that, the chicken he was eating, sat up and crowed. The parents then happily discovered their son was also alive, and he was released. We walked most of this day in fog, making good time. ...
... so my feet are now sore in different places. But I'm better off than Tot, who is back in Los Arcos with orders to rest for 5 days (although I don't think she will wait that long) and another lady I saw with shin splints who could barely move, but was somehow moving nonetheless. Hence Brian's quote in today's title.
I got to my tiny pension and slept for the rest of the afternoon and it was even ...
Tuesday May 12
The natural pathways now turn to the rich red clay soil of La Rioja - beautiful in the sun and a nightmare in the wet as it clings to footwear like a leech!
Najera is another historic town, capital of the Kingdom of Navarre in the 11 and 12th centuries, with strong connections with the Camino de Santiago.
The way marked route through the village past the Plaza S. Miguel to the pride of place the Monastery Santa Maria de la ...
... wound up to a lake. The path was well used by exercising locals, who were all in good cheer, and wishing me a "Buen Camino" as we past one another, and a group overtook me that I saw a few days ago, and they pointed to my knee, stopped each side of memo entirely, and clapped and cheered me as they went on. Yes, I'm still walking! The lake was also well used by white swans and locals, with fishermen around the edge waiting patiently and parents with small children ...