AC Palacio del Carmen, Autograph Collection
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Our beautiful hotel was once a convent and we had a lovely breakfast in a huge high ceiling dining room. We then set out at 9.30 for a walking tour of the old town. Walked through a gorgeous botanical park then into the old area. Lots of ornate buildings, cafés , shops and of course the cathedral in the main square. At the end of the tour we …
What an amazing last day. Woke up to a beautiful fine day for our walk to Santiago. Breakfast at 8 with lots of yummy bread, meat ,cheese, fruit and delicious freshly squeezed orange juice. We left at 9 and walked through more pretty pine and eucalyptus forests. As on our previous days the scenery was lovely. We walked for about 2 hours then …
I am so happy to have arrived at the end of my Camino Frances journey in Santiago de Compostela. Another 20km day in heavy rain showers and sunny spells lead me to where all the Camino routes have converged for centuries. There is no welcoming ceremony or fanfare, just the realisation that there are no more yellow arrows or scallops shells to follow (well, for 24 ...
... to John's enthusiastic overtures. "Are you emotional? What are you feeeling? What are you feeling?" he says as he throws his arm around her shoulders. A few mintues later as he is relieving himself by a treeshe sings out, "Are you emotional John? What are you feeling? What are you feeling?"At the city entrance we stopped for lunch as a group where the jamon, vino and good cheer flowed freely. Even those that had been muttering about going straight to the hotel to dry off ...
After a 27km walk which seemed much longer we made it into Melide which is mid-stage for us but given the number of beds listed I'm guessing it is the end of stage for some of the other guidebooks. As we approached the city we saw notices that the largest albergue with 156 beds is currently closed for renovations. Normally this would worry me; however, every day we have prayed for beds and God has ...