Category Archives: Wine tasting

From Meson to Caldes De Rei – The Hoards Join Us

Wednesday, September 26.  Up early today and out of the Hotel Madrid.  I am seeing the beginnings of a huge influx of new pilgrims . . . those on big buses, buses that carry HUGE suitcases for each peregrino, while … Continue reading

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Okay, Now We Really Begin . . .

Dear all: Though I imagined that each day I’d walk and each night I’d write and post, it just doesn’t turn out that way.  While there is often internet, rarely is there a plug for a recharge on the computer,  … Continue reading

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Walking In The Land Of Oz . . . Autumn 2012

When I began to think about training for walking the Camino, I didn’t imagine I would be doing so much walking in other countries this year.  But France, Italy, and Australia presented themselves to me and I walked in each … Continue reading

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