Pamplona to Puente La Reina

Today was the longest day yet. We started at 7 in the morning and traveled over 15 miles over a 10 hour period. We traveled over the alto del pardon (the famous sculpture depicting pilgrims through the ages.

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6 thoughts on “Pamplona to Puente La Reina

  1. Ahmed Hussein

    Dear Pat, Sakkar, Sitara, and Enayet

    Thank you so much for taking the time to write and send us all the beautiful photographs including Sakker’s birthday celebration. I rarely sent e-mails during our recent two trips to Europe because I was so tired after doing long long walks of about 10,000 steps a day……:)

    Looking forward to seeing your pictures for the remaining portion of the pilgrimage and of course Big Smiling faces at the end of the journey.

    Warmest regards, Hla Mg

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  2. Camino Carla

    Great pictures. I love the bridges and the bell towers. All of you look great. I caught a picture of Vandu taking pictures with her big camera. Have fun, take it easy and enjoy the journey. Buen Camino, Carla who just finished her Camino

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