AC Hotel A Coruna by Marriott
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Day 31 - La Coruna SPAIN
Unfortunately I had a sleepless night with my hip and listening to random noises (sounded like the Titanic going down). Our alarm went off at 6am to go to the gym - we decided to pass on the gym and take an extra 1.5hrs sleep in. When the alarm went off again we got up, went to buffet hot breakfast (first time we have made it to the hot buffet as we normally arrive too late) and wow - it was ...
... point, we are now about 40 km from Santiago de Compostella. As we approached Arzua we notice a motor cycle policeman, followed by a police car, followed by about another 15 motor cycle policemen, all heading toward Arzua. Thankfully nothing appeared to be amiss when we arrived. Perhaps it had something to do with the carnival in Melide? Anyway, it had been a good day, long and tiring, but good. Once again the scenery has been lovely and despite the on again, off again drizzle ...
... which will save us money. Everything is getting a little more expensive as we get closer to Santiago. We eat lunch at a park bench and divide the groceries between the 3 of us. This adds approx another 7 lbs each. That does not sound like much, but the rest of the trail was uphill and that extra weight was tough. We arrive at our destination village at the bottom of a hill and we were very happy to be done for the day. We ...
... to check us in and feed us after 10pm. They gave us the most succulent duck, a fit meal after a leisurely 15km walk. Spain is on 2 hour daylight saving so it is still daylight at 10pm which we didn't seem to notice in Barcelona with the rain and an a dark apartment. Day 1 was a magnificent sunny day to begin our walk. But very cold. The next day we jumped on the bus and visited a Templar castle, one of the oldest in Spain, in the city of Ponferrada; we then went ...
... We ate quickly and headed out the door by 8:00, a late start by our standards but somedays it is just hard to get started.
We headed out of Palas de Rei with a gradual climb out of the valley. It seems most of our mornings start with an aerobic exercise first thing. We were once again walking in nice wooded trails. The crowds of pilgrims were ahead and behind us. We plodded along slowly but steady. The sun came ...