Sercotel Hotel Portales
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... was only then we realised that we hadn't seen a yellow arrow in at least half an hour so we easily could've missed a turn in the darkness. We pulled out the trusty guidebook but the map wasn't detailed enough to help us find our location. All we had was the sight of a small lit up town in the distance so that's where we headed. We decided to walk on the road as it was much better lit. What took just over half an hour felt like forever ...
There's some ways we have adapted to Spanish life, and other ways we've maintained our own style....
Sleeping: We sleep the same amount of hours, but everything's pushed back, way back. Bedtime is not at 7, it's at 10 or 11. Looking forward to starting a siesta of at least a rest. Tess naps on the run. Going to bed for the girls is just as rocky here as at home, but all in all no complaints.
Fun: The fun bar has ...
... reputation to rival San Sebastian and Madrid for its tapas and Pintxos. Along one street, every shop was a bar or restaurant and we found it difficult to choose as they all looked great and many were bustling with drinkers and diners. We settled into Spain time from day one in Madrid. Up late, picnic lunch about 1 or 2, and dining any time between 8 and 10. Most places don't open till 8, but you can always find a drink before ...
... are to offer shelter.
And then something easy to miss but very special. You know how I love graffiti - well (see pic, not very clear I'm afraid) there was a poem, which I've discovered is a well known part of the Camino, called Pilgrim, Who Calls You? It is by Eugenio Garibay Baņos and was written in both Spanish and German but I've managed to find a translation:
Pilgrim, Who calls you?
What mysterious force draws you ...
... outside until about 1am and then the first crazy pilgrims left at 0450. For goodness sake, it was still dark outside! So not the best night's sleep.
I'm not going to write much today because I'm in pain!! It was a wonderful walk but too long for me. Everyone hunkered down and was trudging along, mostly alone. Very little conversation to be had so I started my Kindle audio download of Wolf Hall which I had ...