These distances are exact, but are based on a straight line from point to point. Actual walking distances will be slightly longer.
Least favorite albergue so far. Very loud, poor ventilation and the staff waking all of the pilgrims very abruptly with lights and loud music at 06:30 was not pleasant. Aside from that, clean and cheap.
Yeah, fair enough, it's a good, solid Albergue, very functional. Personally, it lacks a bit more of a bohemian Camino vibe and therefore I would not give it a number one rating, but it's certainly good. What don't Albergue's provide bath/shower mats? They provide sheets here so a bath mat could be thrown in the wash as well. Expect a fair bit of rule guidance here as it's run as a tight ship - I was told more or less to consider giving generously as an introduction with a highlight being the 'excellent' mattresses - Maybe I landed a dud, but my rib cage wrestled all night with the bed springs that were seemingly busting to escape from thier mattress.
This albergue is ranked no.1 on the VdlP (I presume out of the municipal/donativos). Certainly lives up to this - lovely welcome, 6 bedded rooms each with a shower, hot water for washing clothes, centrifuge, big kitchen and breakfast included. What more could a pilgrim want? (Er... maybe to sleep past 5:20... thanks to the pilgrims who woke the whole dorm up!)