Viana to Navarette, October 10
A quaint, beautiful and lovely little Camino town that captured my heart. There was something so warm and welcoming about the town as soon as you started to walk down the cobbled streets looking for your albergue.
The alburgue for the night is the building on the right below.
Directly across from one of the most magnificent churches I have seen
But just as important, of course, the most wonderful cafe. I sat with a fellow pilgrim enjoying tapas, a glass of wine and each other’s company.
We then toured the 16thcentury Church of the Assumption which we later went back for for 8 pm mass and a blessing from the parish priest.
And here is the view outside my window for the night:
The Lord keeps watch over you as you come and go, both now and forever.