Real Posada De La Mesta
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... top of a hill with fantastic views over the town below. TripAdvisor suggested we should eat in. So we did. And we weren't disappointed. Andy's smoky truffled sausage was probably the star of the show!! So that is the end of day 1. If the rest of the holiday carries on like this we are going to have a lot of fun and good food. Unfortunately we have no more motorways so toll booth entertainment will cease but we will try and find an alternative. Watch this space ...
... Then we saw Arcos de San Juan de Duerno. It's a pretty courtyard type thing attached to a small structure.The arcs are beautiful. After that we took a walk along this beautiful river. It is such a nice place to walk along and would be great to run along as well. We walked to the Ermita de San Saturio. It is basically a small church built into a cave/rocks. It is really ...
Leaving Bilbao we drove to Ezcaray, a small village complete with nesting storks. After lunch in the plaza we visited the cathedral at Santo Domingo De La Calzada on the Camino trail. The cathedral is home to 2 roosters as proof of one of the many miracles performed here. Our final destination was the mountain village of San Millan de la Cogolla. Dinner was a takeaway from the only eatery open, one owned by a Chinese woman formerly from ...
Visited the ancient Yuso Monastery. A valley, a monastery and a small village with 200 souls at San Millan de la Cogolla. It all began with the little shepherd who God chose for an anchorite, who the bishop ordained priest, and who his disciples made into an abbot. He lived over a hundred years - from 473 a.d. and died in 574 a.d. He handed out miracles as others handed ...
Yesterday crossed from the province of Navarra to La Rioja, the province known for it's wine producing. Today has been the ninth day of walking and also broke the 200 kilometre mark, being on about 230 since the walk started last week. The few minor foot blisters have cleared up but the fatigue on the feet is adding up. The legs are holding up and so is the back but the compound effect of walking day ...