Hotel El Horreo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Carnival goes on all night for some happy people. We left the albergue before sunrise and were greeted by Sylvester and Dog looking for people to party with, but no luck. Its always cool and humid in the early morning. I usually leave wearing my fleece and coat but within 2 km, I usually have the fleece off and a while later the coat is off. This morning the humidity was quite high and as soon as I would stop walking ...
Santa Marinas to Logoso Thunderstorms again this morning provide the soundtrack to today's route to Logoso. The storm clouds are gathered in the hills behind us but we push on, hoping the brighter skies ahead will create a drier days walking. It's full raingear as the rain falls but the walking is gentle along roads with great views of ...
... want to catch up over the weekend to celebrate.
A pretty flat day all round but one day closer to Santiago. Even though the weather predicted for tomorrow is better, the mud will be there. Mind you, there are some riots in Barcelona so having a few days for that to settle down will be a bonus.
Again, we are amazed at how friendly and generous the people we pass are, always saying hello and wishing us a buen Camino.
... GPS was now showing 20 km despite various signs that ranged from 14 to 18 km, when I saw a notice directing me to the hotel 300 m up a steep hill (again) so instead of the taxi I had promised myself, I trudged on, noticing a blooming callistiman on the way up for 600 m. At 22 km, probably more like 24, I reached the Rustica Spa. Only to discover that Larry had phoned the Rustica reporting that my case was still in Cee! This was almost the last straw, which the Irishman ...
... hospital. They plan to retire in Coeur d'Alene, where two of their daughters live. Despite consuming a bottle of Albariño wine, the lovely white for which this area is known, we successfully tackled the steep narrow roads back to our inn just before they locked us out at midnight, then had a chance to talk with Christina on Skype. Today was our son-in-law, Dave's ...