Hotel Condes de Haro
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... BS) flatmate has so far rewired something or other in the...er...wiring, insulated my balcony doors when I complained of the cold, jiggled my computer until I can now use his printer, faffed around looking professional with a tape measure when we went shopping for a desk, and re-set the timers on the heating so it should be on by the time I wake up.
(Christ, who am I kidding, I can't do any of that stuff. I'd end up blowing something up).
He's also declared ...
... know what's happening anyway.
Popularly known as "going with the flow", it could also be translated as "grin and bear it, it won't last that long (hopefully)". Keep a false smile on your face at all times. It has served me well over the years.
So, Pension Pepa gets me up on her kitchen table (I swear I am not making this up), gets me to lie down on it, and makes for my poor naked foot.
Unfortunately, as it's a very small kitchen table, I had to put ...
... program in Spain working on languages in schools. Main office in Zaragoza, but they have branches all over Spain, including Logroņo, obviously. Here is their website in English if you want to be snoopy: http://www.activa.org/en/).
She has come from main office to set me up with the Logroņo office. And to be a 24 hour slave driver, as it turned out....
- Be dragged away immediately to meet an American guy (Robert) also working for the ...
... is a large gracious city reminiscent of Madrid with many outdoor cafés and interesting tiny streets crammed with shops restaurants and tapas bars. Most restaurants don't open till after 7.30- 8.00pm so we filled in time in the Zara shop! Had a great time trying on many different zany outfits and doing imaginary makeovers on each other. By 8.30- starving - we set off to find somewhere to eat. We walked and walked and walked past many ...
... to the guide, was a hotel with a private room and shared bathroom. On the map in our guidebook, the icon for our place was located on the Camino and near the edge of the city just before reentering the fields and vineyards. Our reason for selection this location was to get the two plus miles walking thru the city done today to shorten our otherwise longer walk for tomorrow. It eventually became apparent that we were about to leave the city on the Camino, having walked ...