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A 'pabellón' is usually an indoor sports hall, most of them are about two handball courts in seize. 99% of them have showers.according to those newspaper reports, pilgrims can stop at the polideportivo in Sigueiro. I've no idea what that consists of, but one of the reports described it as a 'pabellón' which implies it's rather small and basic.
well, I came back the next day to finish off. I just used Santiago for accommodation. I quite often do that. If I don't like the look of a place, I catch a bus or train somewhere else for the night, then return the next morning.JohnnieWalker said:Peter - I agree with this. I stayed at the Hotel Miras once then walked into Santiago - the final etapa had very little to commend it apart from being the final etapa! Getting the bus is a real option!
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