Parador de Santo Domingo de la Calzada
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On pilgrimage, when injury happens, a special treat with rest and ambiance helps the healing. This is an exceptionally beautiful and tasteful hotel that embellishes the culture and history of the region. We are so pleased with both the accommodations and the staff. Highly recommended.
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Sunday was one of our longer days at 13 miles but it didn't seem so bad in part due the gentler terrain. We had a small hill coming out of Najera which sits in a river valley and we had a bigger hill approaching Ciruena but then it was downhill to Santo Domingo. Najera was more interesting than it first appeared. There was a big soccer match …
I woke this morning at 6 am to the sound of an Austrian men's choir. The Austrians who run the hostel are big on rules and 6 am wake up to sombre music is one of them. While neat and clean, the management was harsh. Four stern looking Austrians sat on a bench by the front door making sure pilgrims obeyed all the rules. The only store in town was located by the front entrance. Pilgrims were encouraged to buy their breakfast at this store for the next day - so I bought fruit ...
... local remedies, as well as Compeed "second skin" bandages and have started wearing short ladies nylons as sock liners to, hopefully, prevent additional rubbing. Today we walked only 10 miles and bought some foot soak at the local Pharmacia--sounds like a treat! Arriving just past noon will give us some much anticipated rest. The weather has been great for walking; cool and cloudy with the sun peeking out from time to ...
Sitting by the side of the road having a rest after 2 hours walking mainly uphill, through forests on way to St Juan. It's been a glorious day so far. Lovely and crisp with blue sunny skies. It's taken 3 hours to do the 12Km to St Juan. According to the FitBit this has involved going up the equivalent of 75 floors. Maybe getting used to it but doesn't seem anything like as bad as ...
... Michael from Toowoomba, who we have been catching up with daily, and likes to pick on the three ladies previously mentioned. We decided that we still had a lot of energy and the weather was still cool, so we would take advantage of it. We wished Michael well, as we don't think we will run in to him again either. We have arrived at a beautiful Albergue with lovely gardens and a tranquil vibe. ...