NH El Toro
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
- Room service
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... a cheap replacement pair of boots just in case. This has left me leaving quite late and Ed and Carol have gone on ahead. I hope I will see them later. After a few miles I reach a red wine fountain provided for peregrinos to set them on their way today! I walked by myself but never felt alone with inspiring music like Mumford and Sons and Adele's wonderful album 21. Then the rain became very heavy and so it was out with the raingear for its first appearance on ...
... happy enough. I hate waking up at 6-6:30 but no one really lets you sleep with how frickin loud they are. That is a major thing I've noticed. We have stayed in hostels mainly inhabited by young people and no one wakes you unless they are drunk. Adults don't understand that they aren't the only people in the room. Ever. Especially this pack of Asians who keep following us around. The young people get it. Adults don't. Day 3: I hate the camino. I'm a second day sore ...
... of our wardrobe we got up and left. Vicky's description of the experience: Spaniards at the San Fermin Festival are even trashier and out of control than OSU fans on home game days. If one can only imagine that. I'm not sure what was more horrific- watching a poor innocent animal be slaughtered inhumanely for no reason or watching the peoples reactions towards the process. What sick individuals. PETA please come help Spain. Having a great deal of extra time ...
... with the words to describe it. We thanked her for the information, then she packed up her computer, smiled, said goodbye and left. Rasik looked disappointed that she was leaving, she was very pretty. It was at this time that my dad returned and we told him what Alba had told us. Then only seconds later Elke rounded the corner and we both surprised that we had beaten her to the village. We invited her to sit down but she wanted to sign in at one of the alburgues ...
... Even a village that looks a bit like the slums - you walk into the church and everything seems to be covered in gold! We had a lovely stroll through the town and met up with some friends we met in other hostels. It has been a lovely night, despite the constant cold winds blowing through the city. The way these towns are designed there is a constant wind tunnelling affect. If you are not in direct sunlight it can get very cold. That being said, the days are starting to warm up ...