Today’s pictures take us from Roncevalles , thru Burgette, Viscarret, Zubiri, Pamplona, Cizur Menor to the outskirts of Zariquegui.
Hope you are enjoying our journey!
nearly black petunias
horses on the way
wild horses on the horizon
Brad, Kevin and Dale
Sue, Jesse and Brad
abbey at Roncesvalles
path between Roncesvalles and Burgette
Ran into our Australian friends and had btreakfast
pretty church entrance
stopping for water
A picnic on a scenic hillside. Note the red and white checked tablecloth I hauled all over Spain. It was nice for a picnic.
Our room in Corazon Puro in Viscarret. 18 euro per person and included clothes washing and the best paella dinner. We had met Peggy a little earlier just after Dale had slipped in the river.
Peggy and Lynda
most photographed Stop sign in Spain. By the way the stop signs in Spain DO say STOP!!!
Dale and Peggy
the heat was getting to me and Dale decided he would help by carrying my pack as well as his!!!
Light snacks in Zubiri
this was called a tortilla but it was more like a potatoe and egg bland omelette
Our albergue in Zubiri – Albergue Zaldiko
Peggy, Dale and I left way before sunrise to try and beat the heat. You can get lost in the dark. Headlamps helped a bit.
Early morning passing magnesium factory outside Zubiri. Peggy walked a little ahead but we ended up loosing her.
another great door,window and flower home
bridge at entrance to Larrasoana. Peggy was actually in this town looking for breakfast. We passed her as someone told us there was nothing open.
Hotel Akerreta from the movie “The Way”
Found Peggy and had lunch
a statue of “the running of the bulls”
streets of Pamplona
Peggy’s room was around the corner from us.
our room in the Pension Escaray.
Ran into Laura in the square. Dale had helped her with her many blisters the night before. She was waiting for the doctors office to open next day.
late night tapas in Pamplona
leaving Pamplona. Peggy was supposed to catch up with us but we didn’t see her all day.
last cup of coffee before leaving Pamplona
gorgeous arch in Pamplona park
another marker style
outskirts of Pamplona
2nd cup of coffee in Cizur Menor. Hank wanted to stay in the next town where we wanted to stay. Took some time but I was able to make reservations for all three of us. Due to language barrier Hank became Lynda #1 when he arrived a couple hours before us at the albergue.
On the Camino
Haystacks are HUGE
Smiley face sunflowers