These distances are exact, but are based on a straight line from point to point. Actual walking distances will be slightly longer.
A note on the door says is rented or sold for retirement.... no one answering the phone.
Pedro and Ada are excellent hosts. Beautiful home, incredibly clean, and bathrooms are excellent. Did not have the meal, but I should have as the meal I did have somewhere else was not very good.
We called today and they open only on April 17th.
After walking 37km. This Albergue was such a lovely blessing for me. Pedro cooked lovely food. The place is emaculate. It is spiritually peaceful. The reason that Pedro created this beautiful place is to honor his daughter. That touched my heart and showed me that he is a loving father and human being. A few of us stayed up talking and I got a chance to sing which is something I dont always do. I had a few wonderful moments on my Camino. This is one of them. This is a place I will go to on my next Camino. Even if I do the Norte, I'm thinking about taking a bus to go there before I leave.
Pedro’s place is amazing. He keeps it immaculately clean. The showers are fantastic - high pressure and easy to adjust the temperature. The beds are comfortable. He even has a room for yoga and meditation! And the home-cooked vegetarian meal is really wonderful. The place is named for Ada, Pedro’s daughter, who has Down syndrome.