- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... I fancied myself a Knight Templar in my early school years, protecting some very vulnerable kids at school, particularly ensuring their safe passage walking home in the afternoon. I was tall and strong, and a great pincher, and did have 6 older brothers and sisters to call on, you did not want to **** with me. The church was closed until 4.30pm. I was going to catch a taxi or bus into Logrono, as there were two very steep declines ahead, including ...
... public holiday tomorrow and celebrations began tonight in the small town of Navarette where I stayed overnight. The local people were all smartly dressed and I heard firecrackers in the area near the church. Tapas tonight consisted of octopus and meatballs and it was good to meet up with Margita and Ed and Carol for dinner in the tiny village ...
... a large double window that opens and overlooks the Camino which is Calle del Marques de Murrieta, the main road on this side of the city. The room is clean, has good wifi reception and is dominated by two twin beds. It will do just fine and is 35€. We spent the afternoon resting, adding to our blog/journal and napping after a nice long shower. Since we had a late breakfast, we skipped lunch. At about 6pm we walked a short distance from our pencion, which felt good, as ...
... village. We stopped at a place labeled "piligrino oasis"... John is running the place and is from of all places Philly!
Well, off for some site seeing.
So I am writing again this morning... May 24th. It is 5:30am. No one is here in the cocina, kitchen. Something that they don't tell you is how hard it is to get around in a dark room with a whole bunch of other sleepers. I have developed a system I am quite proud ...
... on any of the electronic keys, not even the master keys so they've jammed the door so we don't all get locked out. Just a teething problem. But thats walking at greater than 5km to the hour with packs up and down 'hills' and the last 10km had 6km of bitumen which is why the feet are protesting. That is such a hard surface to walk on and does serious damage to feet!
Today we saw greyhounds being trained different. They chase the car up and down the road - ...