Hotel Casa Rosalia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... do what we set out to do. The beauty in the countysides, the hamlets and villages has not only inspired me but taught me that a simple life can be very rewarding and necessary for most of us . The people I have walked with on this Camino have touched my heart and soul. I will forever carry them in my heart for the rest of my life. I am looking forward to walking the last miles on this amazing journey with ...
... in one corner led out to meet at the first landing of the main staircase, the whole thing was extraordinary. There was also a tiny, steep stone staircase that led to a locked door. I can only assume this was to the servants quarters, or a room full of pirate's treasure, probably the latter I'm guessing. Dinner was good, but I both ate and drank too much, ending with the best coffee flan I've ever tasted, and I had a belly ache all night, when will I ...
... is so much prettier than I imagined. Stopped at 12.30 for lunch at Melide at the Octopus Restaurant. Lots of locals as well as pilgrims. Tasted the octopus but shared the tuna pie and salad with Denise. delicious. Left at 1.30 and walked through the town past local clothes, food etc markets. Sunday afternoon so lots of people in town. Back on the Camino and walked until 3.30 when we stopped for drinks and a Shot Block. Not ...
Dawn welcomed the Pelegrinos to San Xulian, it wasn't really like that but it sounded better than the American Mike kept everyone except his sister who had ear plugs awake in the albergue and only stopped when the sun came up. A quick charge of phones, iPads and us (mucho cafe) meant that we were right on time to walk straight into 150 kids from yesterday. You could tell it was their day 2 as the singing had stopped and there were a ...
... either tomorrow or Sunday. We sat on the path this afternoon having a drink and watched pilgrims come through. Many opt for staying at a 400 bed albergue just 5km out from Santiago but we are over that at this point and for the next two days will be in a hotel in Santiago.
We still can hardly believe we are only a stone's throw away after so long on the road and will celebrate our achievement tomorrow. Just as importantly, we are ...