Hotel Palacio de la Magdalena
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... around and find a parking lot and carry our bags into the town. We booked an apartment again and decided to stay in the centre of town, so we had to lug our bags about 500m or so. It was a bit of an ordeal to say the least, but we made it in one-piece, huffing and puffing. We check in and dump all our things and get comfortable. I have stomach pain so, John, Jenny and Aaron head out to the supermarket and grab the next 3 days worth of grocery supplies now that we have a ...
... all the artworks and sculptures to you. We all looked hilarious and couldn't stop laughing, so a selfie photo it had to be. We got a bit lost at first trying to figure out what number to plug into our walkie talkies but after 10mins or so we realised what we had to do. Most of the Guggenheim was of Jean-Michael Basquiet and his artwork, history, etc. so of course, I was in my element as Aaron struggled to understand the beauty and concept behind ...
... dotted along a hillside overlooking the estuary The Old Town is dominated by the Castillo (castle) del Rey which dates back to the 13th century. Other buildings include the Provost Tower, the Hospital de la Conception and the present day Town Hall (formerly the house of the Inquisidor Corro). Wedged between medieval buildings is the very modern law courts and police station, which is interesting since most of the commercial and residential ...
... the guidebook to find that none of them (except the trout, presumably) survive. As it is Sunday (shops closed) and I didn't have Roderick, Nick or a rod I didn't stop. Walked another 13k before I arrived, damp and disheveled, in paradise. Now D&M (Bea's deep & meaningful). For those of a delicate disposition please jump to the next para which is guaranteed to be faith free! Walking this morning I decided to tackle some of mankind's great challenges. Thought I'd ...
... and I then spent the morning dodging each other until we met in a cafe and pretended it had all been a series of coincidences. My blog's been a bit analytical (& long, I hear you say!) today. But got to an amazing albergue today, run by David. They will feed me, house me, wash all my clothes all for a donation of my choice when I leave. Lovely people although some noisy Australians have arrived. What was I saying about getting on with everyone... More tomorrow! Love to all. ...