NH El Toro
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- Minbar in room
- Concierge desk
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
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... and people to meet, but is also means occasionally dropping people who hold back. I've exchanged contact information with a few people so far in the event that I don't see them again. I left Susanne in a quiet town and continued to Estella. The back roads into town travelled past the necessities: garbage dump and water treatment! Smelly entrance into town! I aimed for the parochial albergue and checked in. ...
... for more excitement as they had tortilla AND bananas and other fruit! A lovely breakfast and we were able to buy a bocadillo and some bits and pieces in the Supermarket. It felt a bit easier than the day before but still up and down. There was a good coffee shop on the way where we had coffees and hot chocolate and the boots were able to come off for a while. We agreed to stop for lunch in about an hour but the road was mostly a narrow ...
... and sweet roll. We hiked another hour or two then came to a pop up cafe, out of a van but there was shade so we had another coffee. We saw the Englishman there, and he was charming the cafe owners about how great the coffee was. Soon they were all posing for photos with the coffee maker. It was a long hike so we stopped a lot for water breaks, but not for long. At lunch, we found a park in ...
... I had forgotten to have my passport stamped at the hotel, I thought it was as good as any reason to visit. It was definitely worth the climb. I passed Mary on the steps, Mary from Arizona that is, and she was planning to catch the bus to the next town, her blisters so severe she still can't walk far. The church was beautiful, with ornate and colourful lead light glass, but my favourite was the cloister, that a little nun led me to, housed up a flight of stairs, through doors I ...
... 20 times and for most of those trips without trousers. Every descent saw me face to face with his saggy butt; and for every ascent I was exposed to his gravity-challenged ******. His comings and goings saw him continue into the still of the night no less than four times. have promised myself that should I encounter Patrick in any future nocturnal arrangements than I will be trying my best to add to any drink that he is imbibing some of my Phenergan ...