The two Spaniards left the bakery and continued walking north on 19th St.
The two men had continued walking. At 14th Ave, Ignacio stopped. On the northwest corner of the intersection, there was a rather attractive three-story structure. Each level featured a large porch. Surrounding the building was a well-maintained garden, surrounded by a picket fence. Just beyond the entrance gate, there was a sign:
POSADA PARA CABALLEROS
dueños: Aniceto Fernández y Maruxa Varela
The sign indicated a boarding house for gentlemen called "The Galician Woman", and the owners' names were proudly displayed.
"Gaitero, estamos en casa!"
Ignacio announced to Fernando that they were home.
(Tony Carreño, Chapter 11)