Hotel Restaurante El Peregrino
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Ottimo menù del pellegrino
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... original goal of 90 percent renewables is unlikely to be reached anytime soon.
There was a chapel at the top of the Perdon mountain range until the middle of the 19th century. According to tradition, when pilgrims reached the summit they obtained forgiveness for their sins and their spiritual health was guaranteed for the rest of their journey. I wonder if this means that I have now wiped ...
... neither the language of the land or customs of the faith. We lit a candle for dad and a family friend, Tyrone, who recently passed away. Turns out a pilgrim was standing on the alter in robes - he was a Catholic priest from Korea. We were also recognized as pilgrims and acknowledged to the tiny parish. We later caught up with the Korean at the top of the summit. We introduced ourselves with a few common words and the three of ...
Yesterday Alyssa and I had a bad day and today it was Stew. My back seemed to do better.
The girls went up ahead for most the day but we did eat lunch with them. We had ensalada sandwiches for lunch... Our server thought we were crazy... They just don't do a lot of veggies it seems! The sandwiches were great as their ensaladas consist of lettuce, tomatoes, onion, and tuna... Then you put it in the ...
This morning we say farewell to Pamploma and after an early start we head toward Puente la Reina approximately 20 kms away but about 7-8 kms involve both a steep ascent and descent of Alto del Perdon at 790 meters. The first 3 kms are mostly flat, so that helped get the muscles toned up before having to work hard. It was a *************etheless because the sun was very hot and most of the walk was devoid of shade. Thank God for hats and sunglasses and fabrics ...
... muffins and a muesli bar to make up breakfast/lunch and a couple of snacks.
It seemed like an easy day ahead. The trip up the hill to the wind turbines was steep and slow but the view over the canola fields and Pamplona was worth it. Lovely pilgrim silhouettes made of steel at the top where we rested. The trip down was very difficult with sliding rocks all the way down. It was a really steep descent that put a lot of pressure on the toes. ...