Silken Hotel Ciudad de Vitoria
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... without ever using a map. The path is marked with the shell symbol, or more recently a bright yellow arrow. Just when you start to question yourself as to whether you have lost "your way", a shell or arrow pops up. Today we found one of the original shell markers with a new bright yellow arrow painted at the bottom. We have commented that no one seems to mess with the arrows, painting ones going the ...
... veal and flan for Linda, bean soup, stuffed veal and ice cream for Jim.... and wine and bread for both... all for 10€ each. Our table was in the plaza which is also main street, on the shade, nice refreshing breeze blowing. After dinner, we went back to our room, added to blog/journal and retired for the evening. Note: We're both still doing blister prevention and no blister maintenance thus far. Walked today: 11.7 mi. Walked 2014: 96.1 mi. Walked total: 143.3 ...
... Got to Cirueña...at least I thought I did..a golf club... That's a first.. And what looked like a completely abandoned city... A movie set with not a soul in town and with no soul.. Bad markings..No arrows and after 15 miles of walking... I was so done... No sign of this albergue... I layed down on a bench for a half an hour... My feet were hasta la madre...Some days there are no places in between to stay ...
... and an apple. Not much but it seems to have done the job.
We were held up at the start as Richard's trekking poles were not in the bin where everyone dropped them the night before. Obviously someone had picked up the wrong ones and when they realised their mistake did not come back. I gave Richard my poles to help him with his sore knee and Warren gave me one of his to get us through the day.
We were all sore ...
... just a factor based on Easter.
Coming out of the city, after you finaly get off the paved surfaces, you go past a beautiful dam Parque de la Grajera. This is the start to a long but steady climb for the next 14 km to Alton de San Anton. We finally found a cafe open in Navarrrete and stopped in for the daily Coffee fix and a bite to eat. The streets were really narrow and in places like a tunnel, ...