Hotel Restaurante El Peregrino
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Ottimo menù del pellegrino
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... and I am so glad I didn't eat too much of the meal. My legs and joints felt pretty good and the day was sunny but cool; perfect walking conditions.I didn't leave until 9.30am as I wasn't sure what my stomach and the call of nature may have had in store for me. The photos will show that the first half of the walk was a long a gradual climb. Then the second part was the opposite, although initially the downhill was quite steep and again took a toll on the knees and hips.
... 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 ...
... with horns. I didn't know how I felt about that.
Not knowing what bulls were still in the arena, I quickly jumped onto a wall to try to climb out - which is what you're supposed to do if you don't want to take part in the arena. A cop saw me and pushed me off back into the sandy arena. The ****?!?
I started to run with a crowd of people and jumped on another wall, trying to find my friends. We had all agreed to meet to the left of the ...
... and it is wonderful!
It was very windy all day. Started sprinkling here and there but never very much. Thankfully!
We stayed in a new albergue, Albergue Puente, it was really nice and we had a room for four! We cooked dinner again, rice, veggies and chicken... Really good!
Town is super cute. Reminds me of sorrento Italy with the alley ways.
Off to sleep. Hope to wake ...
There is a wide variety of options for lodging on the Camino. At the high end, there are some very nice hotels. These are most often found in the larger towns and cities but occasionally they are found in surprisingly small places. Our first night was spent in a 300 year old hotel in Roncesvalles which has been meticulously restored. We also stayed in a luxury hotel in Pamplona. Next down on the quality list are the Bed ...