Silken Hotel Ciudad de Vitoria
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... Where are you going?" All of this time they were trying out Cindy's walking poles. Suddenly they broke into song in unison singing in accented but perfectly understandable English: "My name is Cindy from America. I am walking the Camino to Santiago. I have fish, I have chicken..." We don't really know where the fish and chicken came from but we're guessing that since they were singing in unison with the same melody, it must have been ...
... haven't finished! We all have some funny tales on that!
Ended up in the 220 bed Albergue tonight. There is a little one but it doesn't come up to the marker. Must be 40 of us in our room. A little cosy and certain ear plugs will be required. Had walk around town and was looking for gloves as I lost mine in Roncevalles (yes, way back). it I efuse to pay about $60 for them go to hell. Hedley says he has a spare pair of ...
... sunshine following our arrival, we had one or two showers, including a rumble of thunder, but by 10.30am this morning it was warm and sunny, far better than anything we had had in the last three days, so we decided to take advantage of the opportunity and booked a visit to the Bodega Baigorri at Samaniego, just beyond Laguardia in the heart of Rioja country. The Bodega is located in a stunning location (the fine weather helped somewhat) at the foot of the ...
... boy was as dead as this rooster and hen which he was about to carve into bite size pieces. Before another word was spoken or a morsel eaten the BBQ chickens jumped to life, grew feathers and ran around the dining room clucking and crowing and leaving nothing for the magistrate to eat then his own words. The townsfolk ran to the gallows and sure enough the boy, who was still hanging there, w found to be alive! ...
... 3rd bank said they would do it. It was only $100 or 71.3€ so we were both confused and frustrated by the exercise. Nonetheless we signed into the Albergue at 2:30pm as it was about to rain again. The cathedral in Santo Domingo de la Calzada has a chicken in it(I suspect that´s a rooster). If the chicken crows as you enter you are granted a plenerary indulgance. Bloody hell them catholics will create any story to make ...