Parador de Argomaniz
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... but dead for dinner. We saw the cook and bus boy turn off the kitchen lights and leave through the back around 10:15. They didn't even arrive to work until 9:10! The bar hostess and the waitress took care of their four guests in the dining room until we left around 10:45. I hope their lunch business stays brisk! The stay at the Marquess de Riscál Hotel was impressive at all hours as the light changed on the multiple surfaces throughout the day ...
... The walking surface was dirt or paved roads winding thru vineyards and the rolling hills were gradual in slope. When we arrived at Azofra at 11:40 we were tired... mostly feet and legs, not because of the difficulty but the distance of 11.7 miles. We're staying at the municipal Albergue at a cost of 7€ per person. It houses 60 persons and unlike most Albergues, consists of only double rooms with 2 twin beds. The shower stalls and sinks and toilets ...
... squid whole in this black sludgey stuff. I was told it was a red wine base but maybe not. After that i was done. Pete, Kev, Marcus, i have never eaten bait before but i reckon i can now cross that off the list. There was a fair bit of disbelief around the tables in the bar about the Malaysian airlines flight. Terribly terribly sad. I was up super early this morning as i didn't want to struggle in the heat of the day. I had rolled a good 10ks before 7am ...
... an art exhibit. We also bid goodbye to our friends, the 3 Danish women. They have used all of their vacation time and will be returning home. We walked 10.8 miles today from Navarette to Najera. Our trail was through open countryside and vineyards and did not pass through any towns. We would be tempted to channel King George III who famously wrote in his journal on July 4, 1776 that ...
... mud, but not too bad and while cold it still never rained while we walked so that was awesome. You come over the last rise and you can see the town. It it's still a further 7kms away. You can almost touch it, but that's just a mirage! Still a lot of bikes but today is a holiday so hopefully less of them tomorrow. We share the Camino however you often don't know they're there until they almost run you over. A ...