Hotel Marques de Vallejo
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... as they allow you to, in the case of Cambridge.
It's only now, post-graduation, after we've all lived in a succession of extremely ****** flats, sharing bathrooms (or even bedrooms, in my case) with multiple people, missing central heating, dependable hot water, and someone else doing all the food shopping, that we start to appreciate being babied at home.
Yes we have to abide by the rules of the house, and being treated like children certainly chafes with our ...
... the next stage bearable. Actually, we felt pretty good when we arrived at Logrono, a large town of 170,000 people. We had hoped to finally get a SIM card for the iPad today but people are saying that they only do a half day on Saturday so it looks like we have missed out again.
Warren arrived at the albergue about 90 minutes before us but looks like he has paid for his speed with some more blisters. The wonders of modern medicine. The ibuprofen and the knee support ...
... haven't finished! We all have some funny tales on that!
Ended up in the 220 bed Albergue tonight. There is a little one but it doesn't come up to the marker. Must be 40 of us in our room. A little cosy and certain ear plugs will be required. Had walk around town and was looking for gloves as I lost mine in Roncevalles (yes, way back). it I efuse to pay about $60 for them go to hell. Hedley says he has a spare pair of ...
... She welcomes everyone with grace and generosity. I have already used her kitchen to cook 1/2 dozen eggs for the journey onward and her laundry room to wash a few clothes. They are drying in the sun, however if it was a rainy day she has spae to hang clothes under cover and a drier! I can hear her husband preparing the dinner now.
David has the camera, so no pictures to go along with this missive. We will send more when we can. Love to you all!
... bunk just to poke her awake, but when i got to her bunk, I thought she had only one arm. And you can't wake a one-armed lady out of her sleep just to stop her snoring. Everyone in the room was awake at this stage, so I pretended I had to go to the toilet. My mind was making comparisons that seemed perfectly logical at the time: being one armed is certainly a disadvantage on the Camino, but so is being sleep deprived, and her snoring was just rubbing it in my face ...