Torre Praia Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Day 8- Alvaiazere to Alvorge (or somewhere about 2 miles outside of) 14.3 miles Several people have asked why the blog changed from 'we' to 'I' yesterday, did something happen to Elise? Did she decide, "I've had enough of this, I'm going home" or was she kidnapped by gypsies, or is she lying by the road somewhere before Tomar? Well no, the truth is, she had a really bad case of heat rash on both legs, plus some knee issues, so she decided to take the day ...
... down at the river, then traveling to a friend's house for lunch. I met several of the members in the group and they invited me to join them by the river, so I accepted. It was a once-in-a-lifetime experience. I was presented with a cup for my wine, which was really tasty, and given fish cakes, sardines, bread and cake., and of course more wine. There was some dancing, lots of joking and frivolity, and warm wishes. i found myself envious of their community and ...
Day 6 - Golega to Tomar 17.8 miles Another stunningly beautiful day...a bit hot, particularly after about 1 p.m. But the morning was glorious. We walked across fields, on back roads through a eucalyptus forest, on well worn paths and finally on the N-110 into Tomar. On the way out of Golega this morning, we encountered a few more pilgrims... Frances and Alena from Hungary and Rafael from Warsaw, Poland. We chatted for a while and walked with Rafael ...
... more big industrial parks or large housing developments.. it is much more rural and small town. We are also thankful because the directional markings seem to be more plentiful and obvious. We had an early start this morning (we started walking at 7:15) and walked 18.7 miles today, yep that's right... However, everything that was challenging yesterday was absolutely wonderful today. For the first time it felt like the Camino in the north of Spain, e.g. walking on ...
... to the shepherd children. Like many religious sites in Portugal, the church is under construction, with the front fenced off and big cranes at work. About all you can see of the interior of the church is the tombs and memorials of the three kids who started it all, only one of whom survived into adulthood.
Portuguese are still among the more religious Catholics in Europe, and it’s a likely rite of passage for people in the country who ...