I got to spend a whole day in Logono. The wine and food here is top notch and things are pretty inexpensive. A glass of red wine is 1 Euro and it’s good. Dinner and wine, if you avoid fancy resturants, may run 10 Euros which is about $10.50.
So the biggest Cathedral is Santa Maria de la Redonda built in the thirteen hundreds. I went there to get my pilgrim passport stamped and of course there was a Mass strating so I got to go to that too. I then went for the stamp and listened to a lengthy explination of who Santa Maria de le Redonda is but since it was in Spanish I know no more than I did before. I’ll have to Google it.
The big town square is cool with lots of roses (picture taken especially for my bride) and the obligatory statue of a guy on a horse. I don’t know who that is either. I then did a little shopping for more foot care products 🙂
Tomorrow’s weather looks to be cooler with temps in the 50s all day. That’s a good thing. About a 25% chance of rain but I can deal with that as long as the path isn’t too steep and I don’t think it will be. The walk tomorrow will be the longest segment so far. I need to cover 18.5 miles.
Wish me luck and keep me in your prayers. You are in mine.
Gorgeous photos! Thanks for sharing your stories!
Thank you for sharing your pictures. The churches are beautiful.