Hotel Casa Rosalia
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Yesterday afternoon i went and had a great feed of Pulpo and it was mighty fine. The restaurant crams everyone in on bench seats and how they remember to keep a track of everyones bill is beyond me. No sooner had some people stood up from their table and i was crammed in with two other couples onto the table. I had already ordered a red wine at the bar while i was waiting and took this with me to the table. Incidentally, in Pulperias, wine is served in a ...
... two caught me up with some bones. The next two got me thinking too much upon which I was done eating. The gentleman returned, "Que paso?" (What's up? What happened?). I explained it was very good but I was full. He shook his head in disappointment and told me to rest and then try to eat more. I spent the next while cutting up a few more fish and then hiding the pieces under the heads I had already cut off. A while later, he came to clear my still pretty heaping plate all the ...
Funny haha! Apparently I've been nicknamed the Australian Bullet on the Camino.
I left my two buddies behind after breakfast, got my roll going and went on knowing they would catch me further down the track. When I got to the town of Melinde it was less than an hour since brekky so I figured no coffee and would make it on to the next place as it's usually about a hour and a half between brekky and coffee. Still they didn't catch me. So on ...
... are walking now had advised that today, although the shortest walking day, would be the most difficult because of the steep ascents. Yes, the ascents were there, although Al and I made quick work of them and appreciated that with each ascent the path was quite smooth and easy to walk. (We find the rocky terrain much more difficult, even if it is a flat walk.) Climbing a smooth uphill, or going down, we are able to look around and ...
... to move around in search for one. Never seen a cathedral so crowded.
When we finally escaped we wandered through the old part of the city listening to the buskers, avoiding the beggars and checking out the Tapas Bars for lunch. Selected one and were pleased to be able to sit for a while.
More wandering through the town and then back to the Cathedral to see the inside without the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking