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Walking to Ugíjar

Every morning while Susan and I are sipping coffee and waiting for sunrise, the street lights of the white villages beckon us from the coastal mountain range across the valley.  The largest village, in the …

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Fiscal, Aragón: A Quiet Village in the Spanish Pyrenees

Late last year when our friends Mat and Kat asked if we’d like to escape from Valencia with them for three weeks in March, we jumped at the chance.  Not only would we miss the …

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Seven Traditions When You Finish the Camino

Whether you walk the Camino or not, Santiago de Compostela is big on amenities when it comes to lodging, restaurants, shops, and transportation. You’ll be joined by more than a million tourists who make their way to this small city of 100,000 residents.