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Iglesia Parroquial de la Asuncion de Maria

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    • Day45

      Logroño - Nareja

      October 19, 2021 in Spain ⋅ ⛅ 17 °C

      29,3km - albergue municipal
      Longue marche aujourd'hui, mais sans problème, bien géré les pauses.
      Passage à travers les vignobles du Rioja, les couleurs éclatent... Certaines vignes ne sont toujours pas vendangées, sans doute des vendanges tardives. Le raison y est très sucré 😋Read more

      Traveler

      Trop sympa la borne avec un petit encas pour le pèlerin👍

      10/20/21Reply
      Traveler

      j'adore🤣🤣

      10/20/21Reply
      Traveler

      Amusant

      10/21/21Reply
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    • Day13

      Tag 13 von Navarrete nach Nájera

      May 14, 2022 in Spain ⋅ ☁️ 13 °C

      Heute gab es eigentlich nichts besonderes. Der Weg wahr wieder sehr schön und abwechslungsreich. Meine Beine sind wieder super und der Rest passt auch. Ich hoffe das es so bleibt! Man sieht halt schon viele die humpeln und sich Quälen. Am Nachmittag hat es dann heftig geregnet zum Glück war ich schon angekommen. Morgen geht's weiter. Mal sehen was der Tag so bringt. 😃Read more

      Traveler

      das klingt ja sehr gut. wünschen dir eine schöne weitere Wanderung

      5/15/22Reply
       
    • Day11

      Von logroño nach navarrete.

      May 13, 2022 in Spain ⋅ ☀️ 22 °C

      Buenas. Heute ging es ca 14 km von logroño nach navarrete. Zuerst war die Herausforderung, die Stadt ( ciudad) logroño auf dem camino zu verlassen. Als die Stadtgrenze erreicht war hatte man schon ca 4km geschafft 😂. Hinter der Stadtgrenze führte der camino durch eine wunderschöne Parklandschaft mit einem See und verschiedene Baumarten. Leider war heute bei mir etwas die Handbremse gezogen und jeder Schritt irgendwie anstrengend, nunja, von einfach war nie die Rede. Gegen 13 Uhr war dann navarrete erreicht, so dass man den restlichen Tag ein wenig chilligen konnte. Eine highlight war die, wie fast überall in Spanien die traumhaft ausgestattete Kirche. Erkenntnis des Tages: Es läuft nicht immer rund. Hasta pronto.Read more

      Traveler

      Pilgerdenkmal in logroño

      5/13/22Reply
      Traveler

      feed me😂😂

      5/13/22Reply
      Traveler

      Boah noch so viel?

      5/13/22Reply
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    • Day14

      Tag 14 Nájera nach Domingo de Calzada

      May 15, 2022 in Spain ⋅ ☁️ 13 °C

      Die ersten 200 km sind geschafft 😃. Der Tag heute war wieder sehr abwechslungsreich. Denn anfang machten wie gestern schon die zahlreichen Wein Feldern der Rioja die abgelöst wurden von Getreide und Raps Feldern. Zum Abschluss war noch eine Prozession in Santa Domingo de la Calzada. Aber ich glaube die war nicht für mich 🤣🤣. Die Alberge ist auch sehr schön ich schlafe heute in einem 10 Bett Zimmer. Leider wurde der weg heute etwas von meinem Durchfall überschattet nun ja wenn alles weitläufig ist und kein Wald in der Nähe gestaltet es sich schon etwas schwieriger 😁. Es wahr trotzdem wieder ein Wunderschöner Tag . Ich bin gespannt wie es weitergeht. Ich wünscht nur ich könnte das alles mit meiner Frau Teilen😘. Aber es ist nie zu Spät und wir haben noch viele Glückliche Jahre vor uns 🙏🙏. Buen CaminoRead more

      Traveler

      Glückwunsch zu den ersten 200 geschafften Kilometern. 👍👍

      5/15/22Reply
       
    • Day11

      Stage 10: Naverrete to Nájera

      September 23, 2022 in Spain ⋅ ⛅ 10 °C

      17 km/10 miles, 52°-71°, 5 hours! Arrived in Nájera at 1:00, that's the earliest I've arrived anywhere so far, and the most amazing part is that my back was not screaming at me the whole way! We may have a winner in this new daypack, my body may be getting used to this finally, or it may have been that I walked most of the way with a couple other folks going my speed, talking laughing and singing the whole way. The miles flew by and I wasn't hyper focused on my own sensations. Whatever it was, it was a gift and I am so grateful. I'm tired but not dead tired, and everything does not hurt, hallelujah!
      I found a restaurant serving food early, hit a grocery store when it reopened at 5:00 and scored supplies for tomorrow: 13 miles to Santo Domingo without many services enroute. I have a reservation to stay with Cistercian nuns, should be interesting. What I wouldn't give for a nice hot cup of tea right now. Buenos noches
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      Traveler

      Great statue

      9/23/22Reply
      Traveler

      Adorable and quaint

      9/23/22Reply
      Traveler

      So very glad you are in less pain you may have hit your stride

      9/23/22Reply
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    • Day18

      A Walk in the Park

      September 29, 2022 in Spain ⋅ 🌧 16 °C

      Today was quite literally a walk in a park. After a kilometre or so in Logrono suburbia the Camino took me to a city park followed by the Grande Parc Logrono which spread past the city outskirts into the nearby fields. Another five kilometres and I was at my next nights stay in Navarette.

      The new sandals were a dream and I set Logrono talking with my stylish sock and sandal combination. My wide feet, already splayed more that normal from those barefoot years in Indonesia's steamy climes in my childhood, may be permanently even wider if I walk 600km in sandals but at least my toes aren't numb and ready to fall off at the end of the day. No hobbling was involved. Mind you I felt pretty good the first day after a rest day last time too so let's see how the week pans out. It was flat and mainly paved too so no dust and loose gravel in the sandals on day one, take two.

      I saw squirrels. 😍😍😍 And ducks. The water is low and Spain and it's vineyards are looking a bit worse for wear after their intense summer heat wave. It been trying to rain for several days now but never more than a few drops falls, not enough to wet the pavement. It's colder than I expected but it's a bit early in the season and it's supposed to warm up for a week or two in a couple of days.

      My accommodation for the night is on the main street in another old town on a hill, next to the church whose bell will chime late into the night. I love standing on my little balcony overlooking the Plaza and the street and watching life in Spain. My little balcony on the first floor is about level with the bar across the street that has tables out on the paving in front of the church. Could be a noisy spot tonight.

      This town Navarette, has a bit more life to it. So many of the town's I've walked through so far have seemed almost closed. There has been hardly anyone around except pilgrims and a few shops and bars for pilgrims. Most buildings in these old hilltop towns are shuttered and I wonder if anyone lives there or if they are holiday homes. Maybe the occupants head off early to work in the cities. Navarette is a bit more alive but it feels more industrial and maybe there are some jobs around that keep it going.
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      Again great scenic places food and wine also no rain. [Dad]

      9/29/22Reply

      ❤️ [Trish]

      9/29/22Reply

      Squirrels 😍 [Tanya]

      9/29/22Reply
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    • Day9

      Camino duro

      August 8, 2022 in Spain ⋅ ⛅ 16 °C

      The whole room started very early today around 4.30 am! One of the last were a gay German couple who studied catholic theology, which is quite brave, given where the catholic church still is! We had a good breakfast and went quite fast! As almost every day we passed a Korean family! The mother walks fully covered and even wears gloves! I heard it’s about the ideal in Korea to have white skin (which shows you are in the upper class, working in the city! We passed a house where a little dog was looking for some hugs through the fence, which we couldn’t avoid giving her! Really cute - I miss my luna! 🥲
      On the downhill areas I realized that my knee and femur mussel of the left leg really hurt! Maybe we ran too fast, maybe it was because of the shoe inlays? However, I need to get it fixed, we are „just“ at 200 km! Our new drug here is Radio Salil! I think that Silvia would be a great Sales person 🙂!
      We heard from others that several people already give in! We won’t see them again!
      30 Km were tough today! Tomorrow it will be a bit shorter! Did I tell you hoe hard the Camino is? It REALLY is hard!!!
      Song of the day was „Walking on sunhine“ but at the end it was rather „I will survive“! When I heard the Disco Boys today I felt homesick as it remembered me of my loving lady! 🥰 „ One more time“
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      Traveler

      👍

      8/8/22Reply
      Traveler

      ...Du wirst das schaffen Frank.....

      8/8/22Reply
      Traveler

      Django is back😉

      8/8/22Reply
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    • Day12

      El Toro

      May 29, 2022 in Spain ⋅ ☀️ 61 °F

      Nadine Netherlands and Leif Sweden
      Leif informed us that his name pronounce Leh-yEEf (think like Yueeeee)
      Not "leaf" like we say about Leif Garrett or Leif Erikson

      In any case he happily pronounced the place behind him my case ci tu casaRead more

      Traveler

      Why the bull art?

      5/30/22Reply
      Traveler

      why not? 😐 seriously no idea...perhaps someone likes bulls

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    • Day11

      Day 11: Navarrete

      September 20, 2022 in Spain ⋅ ☀️ 68 °F

      We started this morning with slices of tortilla, coffee, and orange juice breakfast a little less than a kilometer from our hotel in Logroño.

      Not long after we started walking again, I told Allan that if we came across a pastelería I could go for something sweet—and three steps after the words left my month we saw one.

      We were soon enjoying chocolate covered pastries and second cups of coffee. And so we finally had our first “second breakfast,” something we’ve heard many pilgrims joke about.

      All that sustenance, plus a cool breeze made today’s 4-hour hike to Navarrete quite pleasant.

      And after the requisite laundry was washed and hung to dry, we enjoyed a full lunch at a local restaurant. We’re making up on our caloric deficits today!

      Tomorrow, we’ll hike 17k to Najera.
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      Traveler

      Hola peregrinos! I am enjoying following your journey so much that it brought back powerful memories of 3 unique albergues that were the highlight of my Camino - along with two special places to visit in Castrojeriz. I sent an email with more info to both of you. Let me know if you dont get it. mlreeder@gmail.com Buen Camino to you both!

      9/21/22Reply
      Traveler

      Thanks, Linda! I received your email snd will keep those three in mind!

      9/21/22Reply
      Traveler

      Super!

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    • Day16

      Navarrete

      September 20, 2022 in Spain ⋅ ☀️ 25 °C

      Krótki odcinek, który doprowadził nas do pięknego miasteczka Navarrete. W miejscu którym spędzimy noc przebywał ponoć przez 4 lata Iñigo de Recalde bardziej znany później jako Saint Ignatius de Loyola. Po ranach odniesionych w bitwie pod Pamplona, nawrócił się tak mocno że został świętym. Podczas pielgrzymki do Monserat przyjął nowe imię pod którym jest znany i ceniony do dzisiaj.
      W połowie drogi napotkaliśmy płot, brzydki bardzo, przemysłowy oddzielający drogę od szlaku, jak się do niego zbliżyliśmy po pokazały się zatknięte za siatkę bardzo proste krzyże zrobione z patyków i źdźbeł trawy i tak było przez przynajmniej 1.5-2 km, aż się płot skończył. Zrobiło to na nas ogromne wrażenie jaka ilość osób chciała pokazać swoją przynależność do wiary w coś czego nie można opisać, nazwać we właściwy sposób lub wytłumaczyć. Każde jedno zatknięcie prostych dwóch patyków w tej prawie 2 kilometrowej drodze krzyży ma ogromną moc dobra, które ogarnia wszechmocnie.
      Today, at the Marcelino Lobato Ermita del Pelegrina Pasante we met a young man from Italy, who started Walking his Camino on August 15 from Turin, very impressive 👣💪. Everyone on the Camino has a beautiful story behind. And today, even more, I realized how many people are walking their Way... Walking along the fence filled with the simple handmade crosses made me think about Them. Pilgrims who left their crosses there, lightened their load they carry inside themselves. Just simply beautiful, touching and profound ❤️👣✝️
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      Traveler

      pięknie i nie chcę się mądrzyć .ale warto podkreślić że rzeczony Loyola założył jeden z najbardziej znanych i wpływowych zakonów, co mamy z niego papieża.

      9/20/22Reply
      Traveler

      tak, i w Chicago jest jeden z najlepszych uniwersytetów imienia Loyoli

      9/20/22Reply
      Tom Miaskowski

      Piękny i jak zawsze wartościowy komentarz. Mariuszku brakuje Cię aby robić fajne komentarze i jak piszę cokolwiek zawsze sobie o Tobie myślę co byś tu powiedział.❤️

      9/20/22Reply
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