Hotel El Horreo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
... right off beach). Sprung for the private room (check out my view!!!). Dropped my things and headed out to see the town. Highlights: - So, you may know this about me (or may not), but I'm a sucker for what I affectionately call a "squish a penny" machine. You know, the one where you put a penny (and usually 2 quarters fee) into the machine, turn the crank, and you get an oblong penny with an imprint of the tourist location you are at. ...
... picked up some beach towels and an umbrella from the front desk and hit the beach. We spent the day reading, napping, walking, collecting shells, and sunbathing. It was great! We returned to the same restaurant as the previous night and enjoyed another delicious seafood dinner. Cindy garlic shrimp and me Hake "casserole". Another evening passed relaxing, watching soccer, and reading. This is the ...
... beds and then grizzling about walking another 13km to the next place with accom. Mine host offering to call cabs. Still they are unhappy. Getting late. So while tomorrow night at Cee has a lot of accom (28km day as there's nothing in between) we got mine hosts here to book it. There is only one place on the beach and it's a pension but it also has an Albergue section.
The fabulous Michelin rated restaurant last night booked here. ...
... realized. He quickly bought me a beer or two. After that it was a simple task to pay €20 to have the bag transferred (one wonders). We then discovered that the hotel had no operating spa, the pool was not heated and they didn't serve dinner. In theory one was supposed to wander down the hill to the local tapas bars and then back up again. I had a lukewarm bath and lay down to consume my last supplies, a large bar of Milka chocolate and three All Bran apple-flavored ...