Hotel Restaurante El Peregrino
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Ottimo menù del pellegrino
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... The Way to see an octagonal Knights Templar church which was incidentally closed. Janet did, however, convince a farmer to allow us to grab some freshly picked capsicums which we munched on the way. You cannot get any fresher.
Earlier in the walk (after a reasonable climb) we reached the Pilgrims' Monument at Alto del Perdon. These are ...
... at this point so hopefully this will help. Really looking forward to dinner tonight, it looks fantastic and includes all the wine you want. The sister and i will test their limits I am sure. A little update, i got excellent foot treatment and good medicine on the bad ones so i am feeling confident i can carry on tomorrow! Off to have the wine now. Adios.. Pictures to ...
... t...and t!ts and ****! She is suffering but we had them "sewn" .. see photos. We had the most wonderful experience at the top of our highest point with the wrought iron pilgrims. We are resting and a mature lady arrives after her husband and they embrace with many kisses and the sister cries! Just a wonderful sight. We ate ...
... if you are then walking on the flat. It s only an overnight rest that has them ready to go again.
You will see the photo of Galar and this is the exact spot where Charlemagne defeated the Muslim army of Aigolando (Moorish King) in the 8th century. He then moved his army on to Puente la Reina where he too rested. I just stood still for 5 minutes and tried to imagine it happening.
Then up to the Pilgrim's memorial at 790 metres. This is the Hill of forgiveness ...
... now, that we were supposed to let the owner get the fruit for us. We sheepishly returned the bananas to their place and moved toward check out as the proprietor also returned to checkout to attend to her other customers. Meanwhile, two apparently local señoras, who should have known better, or who perhaps, considered themselves "special", picked up "our two bananas", the only two remaining in the store and got into line behind us. When it was our turn to check out, ...