Hotel Casa Rosalia
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... for a short visit and then Tanzania to hike up Mt. Kilimanjaro). We are all excited for him and ask him to keep us updated on Facebook. Smiles, hugs and happy words fill the early morning. It is too dark to see if any tears emerged, but there may have been one or two. And we made sure to assure him that there is a place for him to stay when he reaches North America in a year. We return to the albergue, chatting about our favorite memories of ...
... like him to wake us up at 6 AM, when he is leaving so we can walk him to the bus stop and properly say goodbye. He asks us if we are serious and we all nod our heads. He smiles, says he will and then tells us goodnight. When beers are gone, Gabe goes back inside to read and we sit in the common room watching fútbol. When we've had our fill, we go back to the room to complete our evening rituals and go to bed. Early morning tomorrow. Pain recap: What's hurting? ...
... to Rome and Jerusalem. It's the only one preserved till today and the full length is over 700km. But we weren't that crazy. Just 250km crazy. We set off with spirits high and the longer we cycled, the more it felt like we were traveling back in time. We'd cycle past limping, yet merry hikers and made fellow cycle friends. Cars - what were those again? Once every few kilometers we'd cycle through a little stone village offering shelter ...
... the start and stamped at every overnight stop along the way.It's a proof of where you started and how long it has taken you.When you satisfy the criteria you are issued with a 'Compostela',a certificate of achievement from the Catholic Church.Rich and I had read about this process and knew that we would be asked why we had done the Camino.You are given three choices-religious,spiritual or tourist/sporting reasons.We had discussed this several times and since neither ...
... should be made to the shrine of the saint. The route, over the following four centuries became a virtual highway for the passage of people, goods, languages and cultures, and it was on the strength of this that Europe began to take shape. Pilgrims came from all points of the continent, walking for months to come and kneel at the shrine. The most frequently used tracks became well worn, and it is those same tracks continue to be used, over a thousand years ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking