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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... ridges and mountains. In some places small villages suddenly appeared on one side or the other and in other places small groupings of derelict buildings stood idle as the inhabitants must have been unable to survive the remote and harsh conditions of earlier times. We stopped at a dedicated road side stop from where travellers could grab glimpses (and pics of one of these small derelict villages beside a free-running aqua blue mountain river with an old and ...
... the confusing road network and perhaps inadequate signage. Maybe, it was simply the signage was adequate and we weren't. But we eventually got heading in the general direction and passed into French territory through a toll-booth at the end (or was it the beginning) of one of the various toll roads we encountered through the day. These all work differently. Some involve collecting a ticket at the start and then having to pay at the end while some seemed to involve an advance ...
... would love it ) . It turned out the staff were on the avo break and it appeared we got a serving of their meal. Tuesday night . A strange " faulty towers " experience in a small hotel in villanua run by a slightly older couple . We had two meals there - even if we had planned otherwise there was no going elsewhere and we ate what we were presented with even if we weren't hungry . Fortunately it was a pretty good menu , but ...
... our various physical issues. Most everyone now walks with a limp, a few have had to stop altogether with ligament injuries, and all spend time at our chosen rest spots to tend our blisters or rub more cream into our aching muscles. We all share our first aid kits and do a good job of looking after each other even when language presents a barrier. Renee and I, like most, seem to be learning a rhythm of the Camino: wake early; arrange ...