Hotel Casa Rosalia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... Muxia. We soon worked out the pagans/pilgrims would cleanse or baptise themselves at this beautiful beach, Langosteria, just before Finisterra, burn their clothes, leave in new ones. I followed suit (having a swim) but on the way down the path to the beach fell into a hole and tripped - walked 800+ kms and fell and grazed myself at the finale. Muxia was windy and bleak and actually rained....went away with thoughts of a very ...
... in a later entry.Although the walk was tough it was quite spectacular and I loved it.There wasn't too much of historical interest along the way but more so a chance for me to enjoy the view and know that I had accommodation and soon I would literally be on the downhill run. This was so both in relation to the geography and also due to me commencing the last week of El Camino; for including today's walk, should everything go to plan, then it ...
Aah...a day of rest! This gives me the opportunity to share some thoughts and impressions on the Camino. The last few days it is simply a case of eating dinner ( they don't eat until late here...I'm used to 5.30??) and then collapsing into bed!
This whole experience is really amazing. I think the part I most enjoy is the friendship along the the way. The universal greeting as you meet anyone is 'Buon Camino' there are pilgrims ...
... know I am wearing It on the inside with inner strength and on the outside with pounds shed and a stronger body. Ron said tie a string around your finger or leave a pebble in your shoe. To keep the memory alive...At the time I couldn't image a rock in my shoe... My feet had weathered soooo much... But now that knees and feet are healed.. Yahoooo....it might not be a bad idea... Love all of you... Thanks for cheering me on and being moral support. The ...
... Angela from Australia who informed me they weren't lesbians... it's a long story, maybe for another day. We stopped at a small museum that depicted living in Medieval Spain where we received a stamp for our credentials, and then into the beautiful church of San Juan where we received another stamp for our credentials and I lit two candles for blessings, real candles again :) We continued on for a short distance into Melide where Kate, Cheryl and I stopped at a ...