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... my part to find these guys. I was planning to take a rest day the following day and knew that with their pace and yens' frequent disregard for matching schedules, a rest day would likely mean not seeing them again until Santiago. So I was very interested in hanging out with them that night. Although I had joined this bigger group, I still consider them my inner circle and I was feeling sentimental. But they were going quickly from bar to bar - not staying ...
... are best left undefined. At about 05:30 it starts. Someone rustles and the sleep spell is broken for all. Everyone, packs and unpacks and packs again. Everyone has a routine. Everyone knows that everyone else here is busying themselves with the same task of swearing at how we have too much stuff. As bikers T and I are often last to leave. We watch as the place clears, the hospitaleros, volunteers who run the church albergue's, give a personal send ...
... where I have to wear thongs at all times as I'm afraid for my skin to touch the floor, and I'll definitely be checking for bed bugs tonight. This is jousting territory, which is terribly exciting! In 1434 a famous jousting tournament took place here, when Don Suero de Quinones, a noble knight from Leon, challenged any knight who dared try and pass this bridge, to a joust, down by the river. He had a band of 9 merry men, who also jousted, and ...
... emperor, was its commander for a few years.
As one walks around the city you can see brass sandal prints. These show that there are Roman ruins below. There are also brass shells, showing the Pilgrims’ Way. We also saw plenty of For Rent or For Sale signs and too many Liquidation signs in shop windows.
We were pleased to find that the Museum at the Real Colegiata de San ...
... to walk almost 39 kms up a 5,000 foot mountain with rain promised. This is an impossible task for the fittest person and we do not qualify. We will now stay over here one more night and then bus on to the next place. Buses cannot go over the mountain as the track is too rough. We'll be back on track in a day or two.
Daryl has carried a sore shin and sore back for several days and the rest may assist his healing. If not I will have to treat him as they treat horses that are lame! ...