Casa Grande do Bachao
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- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... on my face and making the most of it. The lunch was very tasty and afterwards we made our way to see the Cathedral which itself is set in a square and surrounded by the old part of town. It is currently under renovation but we were still able to go inside and have a tour and take some pictures. Having read Pillars of the Earth by Ken Follet it makes you see it all in a different light. The inside was amazing and regardless of whether you are ...
... this leg of the journey, especially with the weather conditions we encountered. By the time we reached the outskirts of Santiago, we were all exhausted and very cold. We stopped for some hot soup to warm us up, then headed for what we thought would be an easy ride to our apartment rental in the heart of town. The ride in was all hills, the rain came in torrents and to top it off, GP's chain jammed and locked up completely. I had to remove the front derailleur ...
... reliquary, it occurs to me that this man actually knew Jesus. This causes me to stand and contemplate this for some time before moving on to see the rest of the cathedral. Although I have been to the Vatican and seen the crypt where the remains of St Peter lay, this reliquary really makes me think about the reality of St James knowing our Lord. It is quite a solemn moment. I spend quite a bit of time in the cathedral and as time draws on I ...
... the hippy shop. I quickly bought a scarf while Diva Diane piled clothes in the dressing room. Tammi and I waited for her at the watering hole we visited earlier. FINALLY she arrived, with a full bag and big smile...and a gift from the shop owner. Tammi and I were already gettin' our drink on, so Diva had some catching up to do. We had a very good dinner there along with more libations. Tammi liked her lasagne so much she ...
... bus into Santiago and walked the streets. Wonderful town with many arched parades with most streets leading to the Cathedral. Set in a fabulous plain plaza bordered by a parador and museum we ventured inside. We viewed the silver casket of St James's remains in the crypt which was suffocating. But didn't stray behind the altar clad in gold as it was so cramped and with a very long and slow queue with most people having a rather ...