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- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Banquet room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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We left before first light this morning, electing to eat breakfast in the next village, Estella. It stayed dark most the whole way so we walked by torch light, thankfully the track was a good surface. After our croissants and coffee, standard energy rich (yummy) breakfast when roughing it on the Camino, we headed on to another of the iconic Camino milestones, Fuenta Vino - the Irache red wine fountain. This ...
... may not make it the whole way. I was very weak. I got ahead of Team Atlanta but mostly because I didn't want to express negative energy out loud and talking to others was too much work for my taxed body. At some point I met a homeless man in a tunnel and he tried to talk to me for awhile. I couldn't understand him although I tried and again, I just wanted to keep going and finish before I sat down and died along the way. Arriving at Estella I checked into the public ...
... daughter Hannah for too long on the phone, which was lovely. We laughed hard when I told her I didn't want to leave the tree house, and I was thinking of getting a gun, and shooting at the feet of the Police from my new fort, and yelling at them to 'dance', in a Texan accent, as I refused to leave my new hideout. I also saw a new adorable pic of my Sophie and her kitten 'Cornflake' (who I'm calling Ed Sheeran due to her ginger appearance), on Facebook, and I wished I ...
... chap to engage with me in an in depth conversation. I didn't want to be rude but he was already down next to me and was reaching for the second dressing from the packet. This task was requiring my undivided attention and by now I had realised that the adhesive on the dressing wasn't all that I had hoped for and I was struggling to get it to stick on my heel, and still not sure I had it facing the right way. He was already peeling back ...
... rules to follow. We were mildly chastised as we returned to our hostel minutes before the 10 pm curfew after an evening out together,eating and strolling around town. Quite amusing! We had really had a very relaxed day as we poked around the cathedral and old streets. A delightful surprise was the festive atmosphere I found in the centre when I wandered off alone for a couple of hours. ...