Hotel Casa Rosalia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Despite my reservations today was very special. Woke to Sun at last, got picked up at Hotel, two Spanish, two Americans, two Austrians and us three. First stop a stunning Waterfall and interesting old water Mill, our guide Jesus talks non stop in Spanish and English, his throat must ache. Second stop Coast of the Dead eek, due to the rugged coastline where ...
... in the ground level open area shared by a big fireplace and pot belly type stove and the family lived in a mezzanine type loft, open to the ground level. I can only imagine the funky smell in the upper level living quarters in winter as the pot belly warmed air rose. Last day of walking tomorrow Santiago here we come! Hostal - Casa de Amedico - E 50.00 private unit with small kitchen. Nice and clean but building needing a little TLC. ...
... Linda left with her shot already working and her perscriptions which we filled a few minutes later as we walked by a pharmacia. Total cost for the meds was 12.37€. We had to backtrack about a half mile to Albergo O Burgo. It was not open at 11:30, so we waited outside until it opened at noon, sipping a cool drink purchased from the gas station next door. We checked in at noon, did our chores then walked a ...
... building used to be an old mill, and the stone building sits beside a pretty raging little river, and I'm keen to get there. We rang for pick up from the bar, as instructed, but the hotel advised we weren't close enough for a pickup, we needed to walk another 5 kms. "No problem" says the friendly barmaid, interjecting, her friend would drop us off, she was headed that way anyway. Her friend was downing shots of yellow moonshine at the bar. "Ok, I accepted, "Gracias". She poured ...
... yellow arrows. At times there are multiple arrows signifying divergent routes or placed there by enterprising business owners! Evidently Tim and Mike had seen a different arrow and missed me by a block. This had happened one other time in Ponferrada when Mike and I were separated from Tim. Not to worry--all roads lead to ...