Parador de Argomaniz
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... and Carly from Connecticut and Peter from Poland. He didn't understand why I got so excited about being together with "Peter, Paul and Mary" even after I sang one of my best versions of "Puff the Magic Dragon!" Entering Viana, we wondered why people thought it was so special, but once inside the ancient walls we discovered its charm. They had a small bullring where we saw children playing with their toy bulls. We ...
... skype at noon with Cole and his class which we set up before we left... Do to the 6 hour difference and we figured Kate would block us at home. So we have spent 2 days working with people back home to get this problem fixed. There are no words to even begin to explain why a mother would do this to her son. We just hope to communicate with Cole soon. We all miss him and ...
... city we decided to have coffee and contemplate continuing to the next town. The next town, azofro was only 5.7 k more. So we decided to push on. As we went through najera it was a very beautiful town. There actually was a Celtic festival taking place which was very fun to see. All sorts of vendors and jousting and bow and arrow competitions taking place. It was nice to see and diet if rejuvenating to he honest. The last leg was nice. A hill nit ...
We pretty much flew into Najera (said Nahera) today -just under 17 k in just over 4 hrs - blustery wind behind us, sun glistening on the snow-capped mountains in front. Najera is a picture postcard town nestled between two peaks with gurgling mountain stream running between the old town and the new one (bits of the new one are a few hundred years old too :)). Perfect walk and finished the day lying in the sun in the village square: reading. The Camino is indeed divine! -Krishna ...
Our guidebook says that a pilgrim traveling from St. Jean Pied de Port to Santiago de Compostela will take approximately 2 million steps on the journey. This is the journey we are taking. Sometimes you just need to keep your head down, put one foot in front of the other and repeat, repeat, repeat... to get the job done. Today was such a day. After a 30km day yesterday, our guidebook called for another 30km day to get us into Najera. Fortunately the torrential rainstorm happened ...