Silken Hotel Ciudad de Vitoria
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
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Travel Blogs from Vitoria-Gasteiz
... about the socks..... When we reach our Albergue each day or so we need to wash in enough time for clothing that has not been spun in a washing machine to dry by late afternoon. So timing is everything and it is a washing frenzy. We all seek the sunniest spot on the line which often means weaving our smalls in amongst those of others. When it comes time to retrieve the washing there is sometimes confusion with what belongs to who. With this said, someone, who shall remain nameless ...
... she didn't think she would be able to make it all the way to Santiago. Um, yeah, yeah she probably could. Eventually we arrived at the Parador. I went out to get some cheese, jack daniels, martinis, sorreno ham, olives, bread, and we stayed in for the night, listening to marcus sing and entertain us for a few hours. Ironically, we were at this hotel where we could do whatever we wanted, and ended up going to sleep the earliest! 11pm I ...
... Domingo. Maybe they prefer for it to be a local festival of the people, without interference from touristas. It would have been so much fun to stay, but we had our sights set on an Albergue a few towns away, and we needed to hit the road or risk being out of space yet again.
Leaving Santo Domingo we were feeling great. But then, well ... stuff happens.
A note about maps!! We have a few different ones ... some from home, some from here, and ...
... are in between jobs, careers and life challenges. There seems to be a number of pilgrims who have missed the point of the journey and just seem intent on getting to the next place, laying claim to whatever piece of turf they wish to covet and then march on through the evening enjoying themselves in bars and restaurants.Like any cross section of society there are those who take and those who give.
I have found myself just enjoying the walk and making sure ...
... Europe, which translates to having about 7 different options to dispose of rubbish. That is a little bit about the city, now I'll take the opportunity to write on myself. If any of you have ever desired to become a master of the game charades, moving to a foreign country will help a lot! I speak such little Spanish and thankfully they speak a little English, but it has been something else piecing together conversation! I have never been ...