Parador de Argomaniz
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Wonderful Alburgue in Ventusa, Spain Feels like a spa compared to others. Still bunk beds, but so peaceful, wonderful courtyard with gorgeous gardens, including scented geraniums! Kind Spanish man running the German owned Alburgue. Impressive and soothing to be ...
... as you may have noticed I have almost completed 200km.
Today I stopped for coffee at Navarette which seemed a fairly insignificant little town but it had the most incredible church with a high altar covered in gold. The organist was practising and it was such a special place to stay for a while.
I walked into Najera with my San Fran buddies and dropped them off at ...
... a 15 euro Albergue with 16 beds in it. It is clean and small, but of course we wont know if it was a good idea until we see who we share with. We are still hanging with Rosa and she continues to umuse us with her stories and great sense of humour. Tomorrow we are walking 24km to our first Parador where we will spend a little money but really get a good nights sleep. After tomorrow I really expect to be in the whole groove of the ...
... horses wildly dragged the bull attached to a rope, from the stadium. I never want to see that again. A boring uneventful walk started today, through the outskirts of Logrono, a large town of over 150,000 people. I spoke to lots of family on the phone whilst I walked and it seemed it was going to be a people kind of day, not one of solitude, like yesterday. The path followed the urban road initially, then a lovely wide pathway lined with cement bench seating along the ...
Last night, Lillyana, Tina and myself decided we would walk to Ventosa today - a more civilized 20 km walk than yesterday's marathon. When we reached Ventosa around 2 pm, we almost continued on to Najera. After putting our feet up, quenching our thirst and relaxing - we let the Camino speak to us. It told us to rest the remainder of the day and spend the night here.
I was happy to leave Logrono. I found it to be a polluted and dirty city. The 2 km walk out ...