- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... by telling her I want to look at more before making my decision. Have to pretend to be a flat hunting aficionado, who simply enjoys looking around other people's homes. Now both women think I'm a weirdo.
- Drag self (and Paula, small Spanish shadow) around city to look at 3 other flats that I'd picked.
(Aside: Jesus it's a nerve-wracking business, flat hunting. You have to pretend to love the flat, while simultaneously insisting on everything ...
... our way up the stairs to the second floor entrance to "El Camino pencion". A señora opened the door and upon our telling her our name (called in last night by our Albergue caretaker), welcomed us in... some 2 hours and nearly 2 miles after walking past the "El Camino" on our initial pass thru Logrono. The lady who owns the pencion showed us a shared kitchen and two bathrooms we can use that are shared with other guests as we walked down the hall to our room, which is ...
... thing with his rain sheet using his elastic washing line and some stringto tie the whole thing to a big sturdy tree branch that had broken off. Then using some rocks and a few pieces of big firewood to weigh down the free end he slid in. They weren't perfect but they made great wind breakers. Unfortunately, I was longer than my sheet and laying side by side with the bench my feet stuck out of the end. Whilst I was sorting myself out my dad decided to creep up on me and grab ...
... t think too clearly. That must be a record no of days before I did it! So the 28kms was done and my feet are protesting. Think they are a little rude! I want them to do 31km tomorrow and then I'll give them a nice 21km day. They're still protesting! A fair bit of mud thanks to the rain and a few steps can have you lifting a kilo per foot and it's not that easy to get off! And it's just a bit like ice skating but only in boots on mud!
Day started wonderful ...
A lovely day, and beautiful weather still. The last few days we have started wearing fleeces in the evening, and this morning too. Poor Joanna this morning felt ghastly with a stomach thing, so while she took it easy, Amr and I had a walk round the parks that surround the city. Logroño is a university city - a very charming old part, but even the modern parts outside are ...