Zenit Logrono Hotel
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... amusing about the Spanish - they never really leave home. Even with the recession (always to be referred to in Spain as the 'crisis' - pronounced 'creeeeseees' even if you're Speaking English), which meant that most of them didn't have the option to move out anyway, they don't particularly want to.
Spanish men are on par with the Italians in how much they're babied by their mothers. In Spain, and Italy, only moving out when you get married isn't at all uncommon, or looked ...
... sensation somewhere in the rest of my body. I tried desperately to guess, despite feeling nothing anywhere above the ankles. I mean, what else could I do?
"Er, I think maybe that bit's my spine?" I made a go of it.
"No," she said, sternly. "This bit's supposed to affect your nose. Concentrate."
Christ, but it was a nightmare. After a while I just sort of made sounds, like "Aha! I feel something!" (not specifying where). (I didn't).
... wrong with it. You have to have nerves of steel to gamble with how long you can make a landlord/lady wait for your decision, while you sneakily look at others. You have to hope they like you more than the next person who visits.
You play a nonstop game of 'grass is always greener' with yourself. You try to judge flatmates in about 30 seconds, if you meet them at all. You have to surreptitiously test the shower without looking like a nut job - and if ...
... when a car stopped at the curb and the driver opened his window, apparently concerned, and began to tell us in perfect Spanish, that we were no longer on the Camino. He must have guessed from our attire and backpacks that we were lost pilgrims. He got out of his car, engine running, and we three moved to the sidewalk and after several tries he seemed to understood our problem. He also thought he recognized the street we were looking for and began to try to give us ...
... 8:00 am. We had originally planned to stop at Torres del Rio for the night but check-in is not until 10:00 am. So we had cafe con leche while we waited and visited with fellow peregrinos from Ireland, the Netherlands and the U. S. The sky has been very cloudy all morning, we actually felt a few rain drops before daylight and it continues to threaten rain. We checked the weather report for Logronos and the prob. of precip is less than 20%. After a brief surveillance of the ...