HQ La Galeria Hotel-Restaurant
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We have had one adrenalin filled morning when the skylight above our bed blow off!! We were just saying that this was the first wind (it was pretty strong) that we had encountered!! Fortunately it was 9am and Stephen was able to find most of the pieces, we spent about an hour gluing and taping it back together and reinstating it. It is watertight but will have to be replaced. We cannot believe how lucky we were. It could have been raining and ...
We realise we are not going to make it further west and will have to pass on Ferrol and Portugal for another year. We decide to drive towards the French border on the Spanish side of the Pyrenees. We go via some stunning scenery not least the Piedrasluengas viewpoint. A long drive and struggling to find a good campsite. We end ...
... ridden approx 100 km by the time we see them, they are soooo fast, not sweating and not panting! Then the Pelaton, it is quite awesome how they ride so close together at such speed, they are so fit. We see Chris Froome and the rest of the Sky team. Lots of support vehicles loaded with spare bikes and parts and a van at the end from which someone leaps out to remove ...
... in high gear! We are beginning to think the Camino is all about adversity and how you deal with it. We limped into Burgos (thankfully it was mostly downhill) and headed for the nearest bike store affiliated with Bicigrino. The owner is reluctant to look at the bike because it almost siesta time (2pm). A call to Bicigrino and he finally agrees to have a look. 2 hours later, he says he can't fix it. Gail also has a cracked seal in ...
Good lie in then went to a small village called La Vega to do a cycle ride up a mountain. The road is quiet and so beautiful ending up going through 2 short cool tunnels, then a dead end where there is a village called Cucayo. the route was up, up and constantly up for 12km and took me an hour and 10 mins and Adrian an hour. It was a good workout and sweaty. The hotel is lovely and they give us a local dish which I ...