We had the normal breakfast of bread, jam and coffee con leche and started out with ponchos on. Didn’t rain much at all. Came to Ingrache where there is a wine fountain. We sipped some wine from the shells we received from the American Pilgrims on the Camino at the gathering in Menlo Park last March. Had a good walk in the cool weather. Got to Los Arcos late, about four o’clock. Our alburgue was Casa de Abuela. We had called ahead and a good thing because there was a fiesta, the reason for which I could not determine, so there were few beds open. I was the only male in the room with Ag, a German woman traveling alone and Beth and the two Sues. The three were from Jacksonville, Florida. Susan has a PhD in Internet Medicine. Commander Sue retired from the Navy after 24 years. Beth, Sue and Susan are/were Swim Moms. The fiesta was long and loud. The snoring was amazing. The next morning I said that between the fiesta outside and the snoring inside I didn’t get much sleep. No one in that roomed snored or knew they did. We ran into Beth later and she said that she has not had a good night’s sleep in a week. We knew why. Of course, Ag was out light a light and wasn’t bothered a bit.