Hotel Casa Rosalia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... the piper in the tunnel, thankfully! It started life as a hospital for pilgrims over 500 years ago and became a hotel in 1954 which makes it the oldest hotel in the world. It is very busy and popular but they do protect guests from visiting tourists by blocking off areas. The building is amazing and has so many internal quadrangle's it's lovely to explore. Unfortunately, just like york minster the cathedral ...
... the nearby seaside village of Malpica, but abandoned due to lack of parking and being far too busy for us. We have since been told that a music event has been taking place as well as some public holiday or other so that would also explain why the campsite filled up. However, on advice from Pablo who manages the site with wife, Emma, we did drive out to the headland yesterday and ...
... would have been a very, very big house, however it was only ever half built, so the stairway etc, is not evenly balanced in the house design. It was never finished. I like their optimism though. It was the 'big house' and the workers' small cottages surrounded it, in what is idyllic farm country landscape. Our room was upstairs, and a corner room which was lovely, overlooking the countryside, with a couple of sets of French doors opening onto ...
As advised in yesterday's blog we caught the bus today in order to give my leg the best opportunity of healing in preparation for the last two days of walking into Santiago. The leg is doing extremely well especially as the first two doctors that inspected it told me that it would still be a problem on arrival back in Australia. Having an elastic bandage on the left leg has the advantage of keeping the leg warm. Today the rain has ...
... brought me to sadness, joy, new friends, tears, fears, birth, death, gratitude, forgiveness,being truly alone in dark times and in the light, learning patience with myself, endurance stamina on tough walking days....the woods really do communicate with me and showed me how it is my sanctuary. I made a promise to myself that I will chose a new pilgrimmage each year to go on. All the people you meet along the way from, China, Japan, Scotland, Ireland, New Zealand, ...