Hotel Casa Rosalia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Tim and I took a 2.5 hour bus trip to Finesterra (The End of the Earth!) today and quickly ran into Jim, Peggy, Pat and Tanya again, Renee (Ottawa) and Michaela (Czechoslovakia). Some people choose to continue their Camino by walking there; Mike, Bob and Dierdre will begin walking to Finesterra tomorrow. The Atlantic coast of Spain is rocky and rough and reminiscent of Maine. The weather has changed to cool and cloudy with rain in the ...
... moment - you know the one - where the anvil hits him in the head?!
When that didn't happen (thank goodness), I decided to just start talking out loud, as no one could hear me over the winds and crashing waves anyway! ;) It started as random thoughts and questions and then things became more specific. I'm not sure how to describe this (and it gets a bit freaky here), but it turned into a conversation of some sorts.... where the messages that came through all ...
... to one not far from the cathedral called Roots & Boots, and they had plenty of beds left. After showers, doing laundry, and having some wine in the garden, we headed back to the old town to buy souvenirs and get dinner. There was a street festival going on and lots of performers and musicians playing everywhere. We went to the cathedral and it was beautiful. When you go behind the main altar, you can go up a small ...
... strange for a while I'm sure.
So for now folks it's over and out for the blog. Will post daily pics on Facebook of my journey of the days until I get home. For those that have given me such great feedback and made it worth the effort I put in daily after walking a long distance with a pack, thank you, you don't know how much you kept me sane at times and how much your small comments were appreciated. For the wonderful ...
... as the past few days. We knew it was approximately a 4 hour walk, and Joanna and I didn't want to stop...when you are getting all sloshy it is more comfortable to keep on going while all the wetness is warm, rather than sit and have a break and then have to start again... So Joanna and I went ahead while Amr and Jules had a coffee stop, and ...