Palacio de Samaniego
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in the medieval part of Santo Domingo de Caldaza was startling with its warm wind. But as the road opened, we were greeted with an incessant west wind, twenty to thirty knots at times. Crazy winds. It turned into a different sort of day, the wind proving a new challenge to us peregrinos. It was difficult to hear over the howling wind which was loud all day, but the comradery formed in facing the headwind brought about wonderful ...
... in a cool, light room, had our picnic lunch in the back garden and relaxed.
The day brought more Camino joy as i saw the 3 friendly Australians and recommended they try our albergue. I also met Georges, a deaf Belgian who was signing in. While working on the blog at the kitchen table, I could tell Georges was keen to interact so between writing notes and jesters we got a long way. We laughed a lot. Later Georges and I went ...
... 16C church then walked on to Najera. An easy day walking the 20 miles so again got to Alburgue Nido de Ciguena (Storks Nest) first. Got a single corner bed in a room with four. Ended up being myself, another girl and two guys. The bathrooms were segregated between men and women which is a big plus. Najera is a small medieval village that is home to Monasterio Santa Maria de la Real. This was right out of Ken Follet's "Pillars of ...
... road. Our pace was pretty fast and we only stopped twice. The first time we stopped was at a bar at about km 8 and we recharged ourselves with coke. Jens bought some cream for his muscles and zinc. His appendix has been acting up and apparently zinc is good for the immune system. The previous night he said that he woke up in the middle of the night with a fever, presumably due to the appendix situation. No bueno. The drugs were ...
... their day. The Pilgrims get a chance to rest, do laundry, and usually sleep. Today, on our bikes, we have discovered the walker's pace and it sure works well! For our leisure time in the afternoon (since we were not cycling, as usual), we walked to town to enjoy a cervesa and vinto tinto. And we ended up enjoying so much more ... as has been our good fortune already on this trip. Over the course of our journey, we've seen a few familiar faces in a few ...