Albergueria del Camino (61€)
I have been so afraid of this day and its 26.5 flat, tortuous kilometers winding on and on, but as luck will have it, the walk is fine. I decide to memorize the names of all the towns we have stayed in during this section of the Camino and this turns out to be a great diversion. Somehow we get through. Nick’s leg is a little better and his neck is much better. Just past a cluster of bodegas – wine cellars – burrowed into hills, we stop at 20 kilometers for a nice lunch and then it’s on to our albergueria, quite charming. We have a wonderful big bed overlooking a picturesque grape arbor. We nap and then tour the town… with its principal feature an impressive Museum of Anthropology. At 7:30 we join our new friends Gayle, Derek, Joseph and Mary for a delightful dinner.