Rianne noticed that they did biscuit bears in the café, but our humans wouldn’t eat one!
The party of now four humans sat and waited with tea made by Antonio the Hospitalero and waited for the taxi.
A young woman from a café where they asked took them round the corner to the Albergaria. Luckily there was now plenty of room at the inn.
No on-suit facilities here but comfortable and large beds, which the humans had to make up themselves.
As it is still raining they do not appear to use tap water for the washing but let the rain soak it all!
In this Hostel they have a Brierley room named after the author of the guide books, as he stayed here once. In our room they even had a Van Gogh!!!
Our two humans went for an isotonic drink and a toasted sandwich for lunch in the café nearby.
They then visited the church where Alan felt the need to sing the Pilgrims Hymn again. We think he is getting better at it too.
Then they checked up where breakfast might be in the morning and also booked a table for four in the restaurant for their evening meal!