Parador de Argomaniz
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Los Arcos to Viana It's been a leisurely ten mile walk today through olive groves and vineyards and the weather has changed from damp and wet to sunny and warm. I bumped into Ed and Carol at breakfast in the town square and so the 'three musketeers' are reunited! The walk today is gentle and we plan to stop in Viana - there is no rush. I meet only my second English person on the Camino since I started a week ...
... 9:15 after walking 6.4 miles and ordered cafe con leche. Soon after we got our shoes off, two guys from Denmark sat at a table beside us and we chatted for a while using our common language... English, that is. After a brief rest, we decided to move on to the next village. Other than a steep section as we exited Najera (where we cranked up the volume on Linda's IPhone and used Proud Mary by Ike & Tina Turner for an extra boost), the walk to Azofra was not at ...
Last night i went down for the pilgrims meal and it turns out the festival in the main square was celebrating the fine ceramics and pottery from the area and Tapas! So no pilgrim meal, every place in the town had tapas. So when in Rome! I picked anything that looked like it was in the category of 'i have never seen that at home'. First up it was octopus, warm on skewers with a chilli or paprika. Very good. Then an octopus salad and then i got very brave ...
... tend to do, the Spanish get in and out very quickly. You either like the clothes and buy it or you don't like it and you put it back immediately. There is no time to think or to ponder. Despite the speed, it was an absolute blast. Marta and I get along very well. Once we returned, I finally was able so FaceTime with my mom. After dinner, Mario, Marta and I had a big discussion on politics and cultural differences between the United State and Espana. For me, these are some of the ...
... in Los Arcos. The scenery today was mainly of vineyards and not much else. Arrived in Najera around 3:15pm looking very tired. Had a great pilgrim meal including wine on the river for 12 Euro. It's now 10:30 and time for a well deserved sleep. Good night from Spain ...