Palacio de Samaniego
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... then go to the top floor where there is a library and open air terrace. We are having a beer on the terrace but it looks like rain again so move in to the library. In the evening we go to the wine bar for a gin and tonic. We start sitting outside but it is too cold so move inside. Then we go up to the "gastronomic" restaurant. The tone is set when we get an amouse bouche ...
... and heat of yesterday. It was a pleasant day for walking.
I walked alone for long stretches of the day but always keeping Johnna and Sue in sight. We know when we need our solitude and we know when we need our time together. At days end, I was no longer grumpy. I lost that somewhere along the way.
We arrived in Santo Domingo de la Calzada about 2:30 after walking 16 miles. There is a great miracle associated with ...
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Only the Most High knows!
Isn't that wonderful?
Just before town, I could smell cigar smoke. Fidel Castro is here! He was sitting quietly, as usual, reading a book at a water stop. On arrival at Najerra I stopped for a coffee ...
... 4-lane highway) to the side. For kilometers along the highway portion, there are crosses woven into the fence. Some crosses are made of twigs, others of thorns, wire, curtain rods, socks, fabric, and other bits of whatever.
As we ride through the greenspaces we pass pilgrims too. One has a Canadian flag badge on his backpack and as we go by I yell, "Buen Camino Canada". He smiles and yells back, "Do you know the score of the Flames game last night?" That was ...
We had another wonderful day in Spain. We have been blessed with great weather, and now it has turned cooler. It is the perfect fall weather, sunny, with a nip in the air. We walked past endless fields of stubble, dried sunflowers, and onion fields. We have made great connections along the trail. We have met people ...