Saturday, August 19, 2006


A typical pilgrim town (since 1099 A.D), charming, good food, nice albergue, what else can a peregrino ask for?

An old cross marks the beginning of the town.

Fisherman by the river.

Old cloister.

St. Pedro up on the hill. Beautiful coutyard inside. Too bad I do not have pictures of the courtyard.

Interesting arrow bridge.

Beautiful murals inside the albergue. And the laundry of pilgrims. This is probably the only other thing a pilgrim does every day other than walking.

Excellent food. And Wine. Verified by our French wine expert Benedicte.

Beautiful sunset with Mike and Benedicte on the bridge.

More old churches on the way out of the city the following morning.

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