Tunel del Hada Hotel & Spa
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... brain is tired!
Found some awesome digs. Two rooms of 6, renovated well to have everyone with a night light and a power point for every bed, including high up for the top bunks! They wash and dry our clothes for €5 - sold - and they do dinner for €7 - just need to check out what's on offer!
Checked in now where's coffee and food. No wifi at pub so back to digs where there is good wifi and sit in bed for the arvo doing stuff while ...
... on the full 33kms. If it's like today that could feel like real body torture! Aarrgghh!
Decision was to play safe. We will taxi the 11kms and then walk the 22. We look like we go through lake country tomorrow and it would be soooo beautiful to see. And hopefully a cafe is open when we arrive. Please!
I wrote the above paragraph at 5pm. At 830pm discover the Albergue we had planned to stay at is closed indefinitely so it would be a 35km hike after ...
... stage........no uploading till tomorrow with decent wifi!
Give us a key for the Albergue door. One room for 2 , one room for 7, that is all. Fantastic kitchen and large dining room. Includes a washing machine which we needed today. €12 for both of us and includes the washing machine at no extra. Are you kidding? That's about $16 for accommodation and washing. We'll play! SCORE! Still gobsmacked that this Camino has so much in the way of rooms for two! So suits this ...
... tonight is a working monastery. We knew it was an old nunnery but didn't know it was now a monastery. Got there 2 1/2 hours before they would allow us in (freaking out of bed early people) but let us put our packs down there and head for the nearest bar. Says they have wifi but it's a load of crock. Never mind, we have limited data so use that for the basics. Then off to check in for 1pm and find all the others from last night there. The hostelaria motions us ...
... can see we cross this 'road/waterway'. Nothing for it, let's walk a little further. A cow in the paddock smirked at us telling us we'd missed the turn.
Yes, it is a waterway and obviously runs down to the reservoir. Trust the Romans to make sure they captured it all. Clearly still used by the farmers. Was fascinating to see! Today's history lesson over but certainly waylaid us for over an hour and a half, but what a way to be sidetracked! Totally blessed!