Our walk began with a 2 km stretch to the train station, where we proceeded to ride to Alegía. Then we walked about 13 km to Beasain – mainly on a paved walking/cycling path along a road without too much traffic. It was sunny and warm. Several towns with food and drink were available.
In Beasain at the end of town, we are in the converted-mill albergue in a lovely setting. Still no news of A’s bag, but fortunately I had brought A’s sleeping bag – a cheap down blanket to which I had added a zipper.
The hospitalero, Jose, is very friendly and committed to the Camino, so it gave a pilgrimage flavour to the day. Two Spanish cyclists are here too.