Hotel Casa Rosalia
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... mountain roads and were able to glimpse the deep valley below dotted with clusters of houses. Later the sinking sun glowed behind the black silhouettes of the mountains turning the sky a deep, dark blue. I love nature!
Santiago was a great introduction to Galicia. Everyone at work sighed with envy when I told them where I'd been! It's a lovely spot, although to be honest, I'm glad I live in Oviedo. I'm becoming quite attached to my new ...
... bridges into Portomarin provide a classic example of this!) it felt as if there is less of the complete abandonment of property to the forces of nature - however it is still most definitely there compared to how we treat buildings and property in Australia: quite interesting and something Ive not the opportunity/ability to talk with a local about. The other memory I will take away from this part of the walk is the enduring presence and smell of cow **** (sorry!) and silage!! ...
... Pardo Bazan, a late nineteenth century Spanish novelist, commonly known as Spain's second most famed writer behind Miguel de Cervantes. In my Butler professor-taught class here in Spain, we had just finished reading a novel by this author, and the professor offered us extra credit to go visit her house, which was an opportunity not to be passed up! After lunch at a nice pizza place on the harbor, we stopped by the Castle of San Antón, built on a small ...
... to stay, among others near the centre of town, was completo. We managed to find bunk in a 10 bed dorm in a very new Albergue though, with a nice young hospitalero who had good English, and 'Fáilte' amongst the foreign welcomes painted on the wall by his door. Happy out. He also directed us to the good burger place, called Mac Dous. Amusing. After burgers we felt better able to cope with the festivities, and we figured out that it was some ...
... by everything in front of me. The first distraction was a little bird that finally let me photograph it. I could still see my team in front of me. Then came a point with a beautiful view and a few cows, so I decided to have a chat with them... and I continued along the path, for a good 5 to 10 minutes and suddenly the path ended... ooops, I went the long way but I did not remember seeing a fork on the path so I headed back in search. Funny enough, the fork I didn't see ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking