La Casa Verde
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... all the down hill. The blister has caused my entire big toe and foot pad to swell and hurt like crazy. Ugh. Stew has pretty much no injuries except a hot spot on one heel. His difficulties are more emotional ones. In Cizur Mentor we tried to skype with Cole and it seems Kate had a meeting with the school and forbid them to let us communicate with Cole. We have ...
... was a fun night, lots of laughter and of course a few glasses of red, but not too much. All still sober! :-) And the Inspirational piece? "We need to find God, and he cannot be found in noise & restlessness. God is the friend of silence. See how nature - trees, flowers, grass grow in silence? See the stars, the moon and sun how they move in silence? We need silence to be able to touch souls." Mother Teresa Thank you Margo. Its very ...
... sign.... Right?! WRONG. Today was a hellish day. Elvis' leg has decided to contract elephantiasis (I'm not going to say I told you so BUT you can't go around patting random stray animals and not expect there to be consequences... #justsaying #imalwaysright #saynotorabies) Which meant that every step for Elvis was a painful one. So it was a very very slow moving day. We then reach a fork in the road and a heap of pilgrims went right, however the Camino signs were leading left. ...
... the morning, realised it was virtually just out of Estella , and was a slight detour off the Camino, so we had not wanted to stop at 8.30 when we saw some people going off the track, and anyway, 8.30 am is probably not the ideal time for a wine!! We also saw a flock of sheep - the only livestock so far, and only one. But there were some small goats roaming when we walked into town this afternoon. The food is mostly good. Varies from hotel to hotel - in the ...
... a new spurt of sugar induced energy only to find ourselves lagging as we approached the last few kilometres. Viana was a nice town from the beginning. We found Giovanni having a siesta under a tree so we sat to let the sweat dry a little before begging for a bed. The first Albergue won us over immediately with its sign - a washing machine and wifi! It had a snazzy glass door, clean white walls, a bright modern kitchen, a patio and a lovely older lady waiting inside. We ...