Hotel Restaurante El Peregrino
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... trek five kilometres of this was an intense section going up towards many wind turbines and therefore also going steeply down on the other side over treacherous terrain filled with loose stones. Fortunately not wet or muddy this time. Unfortunately I developed another small blister under my left foot this time, the consolation that the first blister cleared in a day :) ...
... in person. Truly, the earth is filled with His Glory. We stopped for a break about 6 miles outside of Pamplona. We know our challenge is to take enough breaks and to take in enough calories o sustain us and prevent bonking. We have arrived into the Rioja wine district but today is our fasting from wine day. We are fasting from wine twice per week because it is too easy to drink cheap and cheerful wine twice per day here. We don't want to get home and join a 12 step program ...
... this route to avoid the traffic of Tiebas and Pamplona. Before Puenta la Reina, we joined another of the Medieval routes that came from France, the Camino Aragones. We ended our day in Puenta la Reina. As the name suggests, Puenta la Reina is famous for it's splendid 11th-century arched bridge over the Rio Argo. The town was named for an 11th century Spanish queen who order the bridge built to serve pilgrims on their way to Santiago. The total miles rode ...
... about the journey, not the destination. This has affected my mood and ability to enjoy what the day brings,as well as my stamina, and is much closer to the spirit of the Camino. I'd heard that it takes 7-10 days to find one's groove on the road...so either I've found mine after only five, or it gets even better from here! And just where was here today? CHANGE OF PACE We had a bit of drama in the middle of the night when some cops thought the open window of our dormitory was the ...
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Ottimo menù del pellegrino
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