Hotel don Alberto
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I stay in the apartment and lay down waiting for my stomach pain to subside. I hear them all come through the doors with loads of bags, I think they bought the grocery store, haha. Jenny and Aaron cook up a storm in the kitchen and I help out with making the Salad and we all sit down to a nice home cooked healthy meal. We've had a busy few days in the car, racing around to different spots along the way, so the rest of the night is a quiet and relaxing one as deserved. ...
... 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 ...
... dotted along a hillside overlooking the estuary The Old Town is dominated by the Castillo (castle) del Rey which dates back to the 13th century. Other buildings include the Provost Tower, the Hospital de la Conception and the present day Town Hall (formerly the house of the Inquisidor Corro). Wedged between medieval buildings is the very modern law courts and police station, which is interesting since most of the commercial and residential ...
... drawings and instead majored on the state of their hearts...and feet. Met my first proper pilgrims walking my way and staying at my albergue. In their mid 60's. I was feeling good as I was slightly faster than them until I discovered that they'd started in Belgium. It's probably unpilgrim like but bloody hell! Got to a really lovely albergue. Part of an old monastery which is being renovated. It was like turning up to the apocryphal Spanish unbuilt hotel ...
... to put down roots on this penultimate campsite, particularly as it is clean, neat and tidy, with cycling possibilities for David being an added bonus. Tuesday was a day for laundry, grocery shopping (a great all-round supermarket called Masymas 5 minutes' drive away), cleaning and a welcome fleeting visit from Paula, Rich, Gabriel and Raph on their bikes who we had met at the previous site. The following night, forecasted ...