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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Gernika Guernica
A little expensive for a pilgrim but a nice break from the albergues.
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Gernika is 25 Km away and more hills of course. Forecast is rain and we were all day putting rain jacket on and then taking it off. The trails were in good shape but wet, very much like a BC winter trail. I left with my Aussie buddies and we had a young German lady Hannah join us as well. She was a pint of a thing but a real trouper and fun to have …
... arrived home to find the fridge stocked, house aired, bunting , banners and by complete coincidence, a vase of happy sunflowers ! Thanks Mrs B x
So that's it . All over. What a blast ! Muchisimas gracias Espa˝a. Hasta la prˇxima xxx
Finally, to John, as Ernest Hemingway said 'Never take a trip with someone you don't love'
No worries there xx
... door into a pretty sweet little cafe and ordered myself this pizza slice. And then a coffe. And then a cheesecake. And then a cool white chocolate spider looking thing for the walk back. It was cold. And I wanted to indulge guys. It was 3pm and I was starving ok! Came to 10euros. Knew it would be expensive I jsut didn┤t want to think about it while I was ordering ...
Gotta start budgeting though I suppose. Someday soon. Anyway. Went for a ...
... this stuff on the camino in the middle of nowhere for 1,5 euro.
The walking has it's ups and downs, in the first place because it is very hilly. But the best ups is the changing seaviews and the landscape in general. The biggest drawback is the route which put us sometimes on medium-size roads or is very hard to find.
So far the hostel in Gernika has been an exception. It's expensive and the breakfast is miserabel. The other albeurges have been ver ...
... of time. And we did indeed arrive in plenty of time to the GPS directed destination. Sadly this was a random dark spot on a road in the middle of absolutely nowhere.
We returned to a gas station we had passed and I braced myself for the first real test of my rusty high school Spanish. The attendant came out into the cold night air and I asked if he knew of the campsite we sought. He did. And he proceeded to detail ...