Palacio de Samaniego
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... speeches processions music and suddenly it was enough. It was great for the locals we were revitalized and our legs wanted to go on. Toes....not so much. The last leg to Logrono was almost 12 km and had no midway village stops. The weather was really warming up and it would have been a bit daunting except that the track was smooth compressed earth and we really strode it out. Probably made the famous Logrono stall ...
... gig, I could open a place like this. In all, it was certainly my favorite albergue we have come across. I will have to remember this place for the future. After the hippies, we had about 8 or 9 km to go - no problem. It got quite boring at the end though, just walking on an endless road next to a highway. I have heard that this kind of boredom can become a problem for people. Once you have conquered the physicality of the ...
... hospitilaro in several Albergues, including the one we enjoyed so much last night in Granon. Around his neck Angelo wears a plastic holder carrying a photo of his 2-year old granddaughter, and another of the Virgin Mary. He is travelling this Camino with a friend who carries his kit not in a back-pack, but in a push-trolley (the kind women use when they go to the grocery store). Angelo walks very quickly (he is doing the same pace we are), but his friend has a ...
... were saying that accommodation gets a little more scarce as you get towards the back end of the journey but even so I am not going to race off and miss things.
Crossing the bridge (built by Domingo) over the River Oja sees the journey accompany the main road for some kilometres and this was indeed the pattern for most of the walk. It had its pleasant moments but pretty much uninspiring. Through the village of Granon and used ...
... they are now taking the bus and are done with walking. Probably best for all of us.
Staying in a hostel is cheap - but it requires respect and tolerance. People don't deliberately snore, but in a large room with older people who are physically tired - it is going to happen. That's what ear plugs are for. People don't have to talk loudly, slam doors, turn on lights and be obnoxious though. For ten euros, you ...