Palacio de Pujadas
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Palacio de Pujadas Viana
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... beside "primero" meaning "rooms for rent on the second floor") and rang the bell... No answer. In perfectly clear Spanish and with a gesture or two, she suggested we keep ringing, periodically, until someone answered. She then wished us a buen camino, and left us. Five minutes and three rings later, someone answered and Jim, using the limited Spanish he has absorbed in the past week, got the person on the other end to open the door and after a few exchanged "hola's", ...
... that are walking... Especially those walking alone. I am happy to be walking with Stew, he is such a great companion.
We had no working wifi at this albergue. This is unusual because the municipal albergue usually have working wifi. It hoped to skype with Dad on his 75th bday! Boo hoo. Got a minute of wifi at a bar but seems to be out all thru town.
I will post pictures ...
... to Logrono, which would be the closest place for us to stay. The girls decided to continue on.
We checked into the municipal albergue Andres Munoz for 6 euros and it is great. We have 12 beds in our room, several people we know. Eating lunch out, then we will cook dinner... Great stocked kitchen.
Viana is a very cute town. As you enter it is a little seedy, but then you get to the square and it becomes this very ...
... bags and the guy from Ann Arbor MI goes up to my mom and said " It was not me snoring last night so I don't know why the Bed was shaking. ( I was in the top of one bunk with Ellen on the bottom, and my mom on the top on the other and Ann Arbor on the bottom)so I hope the bed shaking doesn't happen again. I had to lay awake for hours listening to her snore" then he just walked away. What a way to start the day ...
... I just may use. BUT....... I did fnd a Camino buff in the shop. Saw one where I bought the last buff but it had a polar fleece attachment which I didn't want as I'd already be brought my balaclava which I love. Woohoo for plain Camino buff!
Dinner tonight is a pilgrims menu. Great when you can get them. Three course meal (substantial and lots of options) for €10-12 and includes a bottle of wine! Get that in Oz!