Hotel Silken Gran Teatro
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... could walk through- I've always wanted to get inside a brain :) Unfortunately I didn't come out the other side any the wiser but it was fun none-the-less. To be reminded how humans started their journey in Africa just had me more complexed about evolution and civilisation of man. How is it that the Europeans have come so far ahead from their African cousins? I'm still scratching my head over this one and how history has turned out. Now one thing the ...
... just wandered around the town - still hoping to find a shoe shop for Clive. Nothing open at this time of day on a Sunday. Found ourselves a little shop that sold Illy coffee and a brownie with walnuts....yumm. Dinner was in a nice little restaurant up a side street, where we had a traditional lamb stew. It was only ok, but great to have peas and carrots as part of the stew. Returned to the Albergue glad to have a clean space to ...
... people today. Two young guys who are cousins, an older couple where the man looked as if he'd be better off in a wheelchair, and another older couple who were very fit and walking slightly faster than me! I met a young woman from Germany who has left her three young children at home to walk the Camino. And some Danish women who love our very own Princess Mary. I also saw an older gentleman riding a beautiful horse. The Camino has a way ...
... quite a few of our Camino family today we haven't seen for a while and we all caught up for dinner tonight at an amazing bar with food to die for! Wish we could eat this good, with this service for this price in Perth. Ran into some more of our Camino friends after dinner while having coffee. A number of them are bussing 10 or more km a day and then walking. Now don't judge them that's not cheating.......the Camino can be any way you want it.
... see. So it was plenty of sweet shops, a bakery, some fizzy drinks and then...THEN. Dairy Heaven. We found a yoghurt shop that bases all it's products on fresh milk. FRESH MILK. Can you even believe it. There was a woman greedily (understandably) filling litre bottles of fresh milk from a fountain. I bought a natural yoghurt with melon or something at the bottom, and we went out to eat it on a bridge beside a church. It was divine. Like, heaven sent. ...