Gran Hotel Cela
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Hot tub
- Non-smoking hotel
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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. ...
... here for one night, so there isn't much to offer food wise. We decide I a restaurant and head on in. I speak Spanish to the waiter who seats us at a 4 person table and gives us menus in Spanish. Usually it's easy to depict what it is, but even Aaron and I were having a hard time understanding the full detail of it all. We ask him if he speaks English, and he tells us very little, but provides us with an English menu, perfect. Jenny and I order 2x ...
... only time I looked at it was to shout at it. A lot of very unpilgrimy language echoed around the mountains. Anyway, got to an albergue, met the usual gang, most of whom had had a similar experience. Huge piles of drenched clothing and a owner who won't turn the heating on. ...which I why I legged it to this bar. I'm getting so hot my plastic fleece thing is about to weld itself to me. Tomorrow Crash has given me an easier day - hopefully not as memorable! Love to all. ...
... there for the walk and Pilgrims (P) who are searching for something. The Ps are interesting, the Ws less so. Joe (P). 24, lives in Torquay and works at a NHS pharmacy in procurement. Nice young man, gentle and rather serious. He is walking because he has never been away from home and has a fear of travel, hostels and being away from home (his home bed is 'so comfortable'). So to the astonishment of his parents & brother he wanted to see if he could do it. He flew ...
After writing yesterday I had supper with Angelique, Holly and a girl from Uruguay whose name and country I couldn't spell (now I have wifi I can spell her country but her name has defeated me). Lovely time. My supper (pasta, drink, a pack of 4 yogurts and apple) cost me just £2 from the shop but, unfortunately, with the honourable exception of the apple, it tasted it. Nice people, talked deep and meaningful, family and also some unpilgrimy thoughts on our ...