- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... minutes earlier. It ended up being very special. Family Nunez ran it and Miguel Angel was our host. We splurged and got a private room with sheets and towels; it came with three twin beds! Our new friend, Tatyana, was there, and we met Jason and Layne (son and father) from South Dakota. Later, Maiko showed up and wished Paul "Happy Birthday" in Japanese. The albergue had a living area, bar and even dryers for wet boots. ...
... for those travelling through Spain. At home the taps are H for hot and C for cold. In spanish hot is Caliente and cold if Freo. So the taps are C for hot and F for cold. Secondly, i think the power costs in Spain might be quite high. Absolutely every light is on a timer. The issue is that they set the timers on the sensors in the bathrooms for such a short time it is physically impossible to complete any bodily function (other than sneezing) before ...
... at 2:00pm yesterday, they still weren't dry this morning. When I got them off the drying rack, one of my socks and my shirt were missing. Someone had moved my sock to a different rack, but I couldn't find my shirt. It's not too bad, I've only lost one shirt and my Lucy headband. I know other people that have lost much more. Its difficult when you're trying to get your stuff packed up in the dark. But now I'm ...
... ourselves to the fact that we know WITHOUT A DOUBT we will be walking. So, today was one of those days where we arrived at our destination and both of us thought 'ALREADY!!?' Because it was a couple of Km's earlier then we expected. The town was a little bigger than we have been in for a while, our alburgue was nice and clean AND it had warm showers!! We had THE BEST hamburger and I think both of us cringe at the thought of eating another Pilgrim menu! We also filled our time playing ...
... was this chaos going on and it took me a few minutes to register that the whole hostel room smelt like ****. When I say ****, I literally mean ****. Poo. Faeces. ****. You get the picture. The lights went on and it didn't take people long to realise that there were piles of **** all over the room. After some investigation we realise that the young boy was given too much to drink by his father, he obviously was so blind he didn't have a clue what he was ...