Today a client told to us”Food at the Camino, was good and plentiful. Thank goodness we had the long walks to help wear off some of the extra calories”More info at: What to eat at the Camino de Santiago
Gastronomy along the camino
24 Friday May 2013
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The Rider said:
Yes, the Camino does feed you good! And the Vino Tinto…
If you like the Vino Tinto you should visit the village of Irache, Navarra. There is a Wine Fountain, so that pilgrims can serve themselves a free glass of wine to spur them on their way.
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