Balneario de Mondariz
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
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- Swimming pool
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... up on a statue or carving of something related to the Camino. It is a nice 'greeting' for the day. I hope you are able to make out the details and the captions. I'll try to describe them as much as possible. I think we tend to underestimate the importance of a vase of fresh flowers or a small piece of art in our lives. A simple meal shared with those we love should never be taken for granted. We have been so lucky with the weather, but think of us tomorrow...rain is in the ...
... The one we have loved is Vino Verde- it is called a green wine and has an effervescent quality to it. it is delicious on a hot day after a long walk. It's difficult to lose weight on the Camino despite the long miles of walking due to all the ice cream, bread and pastries one eats during the day... we must keep up our strength!! A German girl we walked with on the last Camino (Linda) gave me the nickname in German for someone who loves sweets.... ...
... and it looks like we might get wet this week, maybe even for three days. We have been so fortunate with clear weather but that may be coming to an end. We have some short days coming up so that should make up for the long ones we have logged.
I must comment on the fragrant smells along the Way today. We have mentioned broom plant, which we know is somewhere even when we can't see it. But the ...
... If it weren't so blasted HOT I'm sure we could enjoy it even more. At one point today we decided to soak our shirts in a stream and put them on wet just to cool down...it worked! Tomorrow we walk into Spain and say 'goodbye' to this beautiful country. The scenery has been inspiring, the walk has been well-marked and relatively easy to follow (I got lost only once!) but it has ...
... stone roads constructed by the Romans that had grooves worn into them from centuries of cart wheels running over them. I am struggling a bit with the hills, but love the downward trip & the flat areas. The day started to get warmer & the last 1/3 of the trip into Pontevedra was hot & arduous. I was dragging my feet. ...