Hotel Husa Gran Via
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Wrapping up an incredible week with Angel, Inma and Estefania! It is the strangest thing in the world to spend time with people I once lived with but couldn't understand, and now can communicate with! Even stranger to watch my daughters speak pretty fluent Spanish in telling them stories of their school, their friends, their life in the states. Being bilingual has always been a big value of mine, and this trip ...
... questing) still eludes me but I hope to find it after Leon.
We are now in Rioja country and have been enjoying the wine. Tomorrow is our rest day and so no blogging just resting.
Thanks so much for all the support and kind words.
Love to all.
Peace - Johnna
Check out Sparky to view our route for the day and yesterday too!
... Just as I thought I'd finished my unexpected VIP tour, the old man took me by the hand, and let me behind a locked door, and up a very old set of marble and stone well worn steps, to a landing where he stopped, removed a giant key from his pocket, and unlocked another door. I was totally freaked out, and weighed up my options, fight or flight? I knew I could take him, so I waited, but on reflection, I should of been wary of what he could have unleashed ...
... main road in Logroņo, which although means it's noisy as hell on the weekends, it also means that I can never, in theory, get lost. In theory.
I live in a three-bedroom flat (with two bathrooms, thanks be to Jesus), in a room with fabulous walnut furniture, but no desk. Because I'm just dazzled by furnishings and don't value practicalities, apparently.
This means I do most of my work in the cafe downstairs, which is a problem for two reasons. One, the tables by ...
... rooms have free swinging double doors for entry without latches or locks. Pilgrims, as a rule are quite honest and are self policing. Participating in the communal environment which is typical of overnight accommodations in a Camino Albergue is an interesting and not unpleasant experience. It can add to the Camino experience for some by minimizing some of the creature comforts available to travelers. It also is a means to open up the Camino to pilgrims who ...