Room Mate Marcos
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
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... 2pm and we're all getting hungry, so we drive into the small town, which would have been the size of my palm I swear, and find a small restaurant. We head in and speak Spanish as we figure English is not going to be spoken here. They provide us a menu all in Spanish and John and Jenny ask the waiter if we speaks English, thats a big no. So we laugh together about how we are going to order food we actually like and understand what it is. Jenny and I stuck to something safe and ...
We wake up and get packing, shower, eat breakfast and organise ourselves to head off by 10am. Aaron ducks down to the car to put more money in the car parking meter and comes back up in a huff because we got a ticket. Apparently we parked in a 'residential' spot instead of a 'tourist' spot. But our argument is, we are residential as we are staying in an apartment, not a hotel!? Anyways we pack our things up and are on the road just after 10. Our first ...
... be the Maritime capital of Asturias. Most of the older section is centred around the Marina where smaller recreational boats are moored . The commercial port "El Musel", whose main activity is coal and iron, is further away. The evening was mild and the Paseo was in full force when we arrived at the marina promenade about 7:30 pm. I think the Paseo is wonderful. People, old and young alike, go for an evening stroll to catch up on the days ...
... Of course I get on with everyone (out here!) but there seem to be a few frictions in the camp (shades of get me out of here...) The problem seems to be some of the overly keen pilgrims, the ones who walk 1,000 km, cook at 5pm, bed by 8pm, up at 6:30 and first to the next albergue to bag the best bed. Clearly this, and being told to be quiet at 8pm as others were trying to sleep, was concerning to some. I see the problem - some of these people, with strange kit and ...
... t find any place that served dinner before 7:30 pm. But to my delight I stumbled upon some Asturian cabrales cheese, so I bought a baguette, a bottle of Sidra and thus dinner was served.
Sleep was not to be had that night, thanks to the swarm of mosquito's in the room and a group of transformers pushing there was through the streets. So maybe not actually transformers but whatever it was had me convinced at the time.