- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... child from New Zealand. When I asked what he did for a living, Justin and Dearta told me he is a pirate. OK, that does make sense somehow. He carries a stick named "Somebody" and periodically while walking sings the stick's accompanying song - "Lean on me, when you're not strong... I'll be your friend... I'll help you carry on. oh, it won't be looooong till I'm gonna need, SOMEBODY to leeeean on". The man is loud in a fun way - not unlike Marcus - but with a ...
... burnt out hippie guy whose name I can't remember. The campers had arrived at this location a few days before and stayed because they liked it so much. I understood. After eating half a bocadillo and sufficiently catching the vibes, I decided that if I ever did the camino again, I would stay here for a few days. In fact, if I didn't have to meet Maria later, I would have probably stayed over. After I left the hippie oasis I went straight to Carrion de Los Condes. It is a cute ...
... Oh by the way, my darling Anna. You may have pinched my new car to take it back to Bristol but remember I have the Land Rover App which shows me every single journey it makes, complete with map, average speed and fuel consumption. Your mother knows it's currently parked outside your flat, and you got home at 10.05 last night!
And one last thing - does anyone have any hiking kit they can lend Anna including a day pack, to save me buying her anything other than ...
... good, flight arrived into Santander early which meant we were able to catch the earlier train to Pallencia, then taxi to Carrion, but we jumped train at Fromista and got taxi to Carrion, much closer option. Had booked Hostal, private rooms. Beautiful place. Had Menu del dial 11 euro, soup, sea bass with salad and garlic potatoes, caramello desert, red wine, 11 euro. Gorgeous. Had a preview of the ...
... but the Hospitalera trusted us, and suggested D obtain a
new Passport when we got to Leon. We agreed.
Then ... we were read the rules of this Albergue, informed about the
unfortuante 'creature' situation (bed bug sightings, and subsequent health
inspections), told about mass time (6:30), invited to a
town Fiesta (8:00), and then shown our beds. D did a Macbeth
check of our mattresses before ...