Peaceable Projects Inc. is a U.S.-based non-profit group that brings the vast resources of the wide world together with the ongoing needs of the people who live, work, and travel on the Camino de Santiago pilgrim trail network in Spain.
No doubt a comfort to pilgrims but no sign of vandalism or grafitti when I looked in the other day. And a new route has been waymarked along the river from the albergue - beautiful. It is in the guide.
We actually stayed in Neda a couple of years ago; and in the evening it was the gathering spot of the local teenagers, especially on the veranda. Probably one of the problems is that the albergue is off the street, a little bit isolated next to the school. I didn't see any grafitties, but it seems that it now got worse.
Me and Rosie spent the night here in Febuary and it was a life saver-I LOVE the place and would recomend it to anybody.
before setting out its easy to fear the worse,but hand on heart this place was the defining moment of my first Camino, don't believe the hype, stay here with confidence,John is right the river walk is not to be missed.please read my blog and check out the photo's.