Casa Grande do Bachao
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- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Number of miles walked - 457
Number of steps per day (average) - 28,130
Number of extra calories burnt per day (average) - 1138
Number of extra calories in a Pilgrim Supper - 1140
Number of lb lost - 7
Number of different beds slept in - 33
Number of bunks actually slept in - 0
Number of Paradores actually slept in - 0
Number of Compeed plasters - 87
Number of broken teeth - 1
... br> We had not wanted to stand in line at the Pilgrim's Office today to present our passports and obtain our official Credential, so after our champagne we went to scout out the location of the office so we could get there tomorrow morning when it opened. At 8:45pm we found the office, which was supposed to close at 7 ... but it was still open. We went in, got our official Credentials (written in Latin), and when we left they locked the doors behind us. (It ...
Santiago - we see you again! The cathedral has had some of the scaffolding removed so looks a little different this year. Arrived in the square just after midday. Exhausted and elated. Some excitement this year as we were able to see the cathedral spires from a couple of kms away unlike coming in on the Frances where you don't see any of it until you are right there. The final couple of hundred metres join with those coming in off the Camino Frances but the thrill of ...
Late start. It was pouring with rain. So lucky to finish our camino yesterday. We headed to the cathedral for midday mass. Spent the afternoon pottering around the shops. Lots of souvenir shops, tapas bars etc. Popped into Cathederal to visit tomb of Saint James & embrace his ...
... lady does not speak Spanish, she doesn't speak Italian, she doesn't speak French, she does not speak German) - Hablas Solamente Ingles!! - and then kind of threw his shoulders and hands up and made a gesture like, "what's a priest to do?"
The priest finally settled on Spanish, as everyone else on the tour understood it (oh, and might I say at least one other language each - I was really feeling inept). It was bad enough the ...