AC Hotel Gijon by Marriott
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... Oops. So we get back on track after 20mins and make our way to the next stop over town, Ribadeo. I get some blogging done on the iPad, whilst Jenny nods off next to me and John and Aaron continue to navigate and drive. We get to the first town and drive to the lookout over the ocean. It gave us a beautiful Panoramic views of the ocean off of Spain. Aaron and I had some fun and did some exercise filming there for my TSNthegrind and so forth, whilst we also took in the beautiful views. ...
... us out, as John had enough on his plate to cure famine haha. The waiter comes around and asks in Spanish if we need anything else and we all in synchrony squeak "no!" Haha. We were rolling ourselves out of the restaurant and making our way straight to the bed to lay down and rest it out. We get back to the hotel, make a plan for the next few days and say our good nights. Aaron and I spend a little more time up in bed online before crashing out by ...
... in narrow street was uber modern, with compact rooms and a hard bed. Good thing we were there for only one night. Breakfast was OK- the usual: pastries, bread, cereals, juice, cheese slices and cold cuts of ham and sausage. After resting for an hour, we walked towards the waterfront. Gijon, a city whose thriving economy is based on the port, was once a Roman town called Gigia. With a population of 275,000, it is the largest city and ...
... teabag....bother it was lemon tea. So whipped it out and used teabag number 2 (you may detect the increasing panic in my blog as I get to teabag 8, my final one). Into town for a strange supper purchase (see pic). Was going to eat with them but they seem to be eating now (6pm). I'd better get on or I'll find they've turned all the lights out and gone to bed. Think of me tomorrow but apparently the albergue I'll be staying in is the best on the trip. Much love to ...
... you have to say something different but haven't worked out what it is. Later on another empty path I met a chap walking the camino backwards. We stopped and 'chatted' (limited as he was Spanish) but turns out he is walking all over Spain trying to find work. Asked me if I knew if there was any in Escamplero - I had to admit I'd never heard of Escamplero until he pointed out I'd just walked right through it. Oh dear. Got to ...