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Travel Blogs from Monforte de Lemos
As we left Portomarrin we saw vendors setting up street markets. We felt a pang, wishing we could stay and stroll among the stalls but we had a long walk ahead of us. It was beautiful even though we skirted the road on and off. We came to realize that farmers plant avenues of trees along the way to protect the Peregrinos from the ...
... a highway passing through the valley but it always feels good to be up in the mountains. After going up and over, my route rejoined the road and I walked pavement through 5 or 6 small towns. When lucky, I could see and hear the river alongside the road. I also saw the biggest stork yet. At first I thought it was an ostrich! Upon finishing, I called a taxi who drove me back to Cindy. The ...
... has (for whatever reason) **** all over the room. The man yelling "what the ****" had gone to the toilet to find the boy in his bed AND he had **** on the bed. I ended up with 2 hours sleep IF I AM LUCKY. I slept in a common room that had no heating and was freezing. Elvis stayed with me until 4am, at which point he decided to brave the hostel room and try to get some sleep. Other pilgrims joined me in the common room and others left the hostel ...
... in santo Domingo meant when she said the walk from Leon is better. Not that I hated the scenery before, but being in these mountains with the beautiful lush green forest is something that I have really looked forward to. It was well worth the wait. Elvis: Each of the towns/villages we passed through today each had their own charm about them. And even though they looked quite similar, there was something different about each of them. Villafranca was a very nice town ...
... dinner with them.
Unfortunately we didn't get back to the albergue til 9.45pm and the dorm was in darkness so we just went to sleep. Villafranca ia a gorgeous place so we wandered around in the afternoon and took lots of photos.
The albergue provided a breakfast for two euros consisting of juice, coffee, toast, muesli and cake so it gave us a good start for the day. The previous day we bought bread, sausage, cheese, tomato, and fruit so we had food for the ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility