Celuisma Rias Altas
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- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Travel Blogs from Perillo
... to happen hoping that she can limit the damage and carry on walking. She is so stubborn and determined she won't even tell us how bad her blisters are and she always wants to walk the route. But today we needed the advice of a pharmacist after finding two closed where we were we jumped in a taxi to the next town and got dropped off at a pharmacy. A lovely lady looked at Helens dressing and the iPad picture of her undressed toe that ...
Or don't plan your Camino while you have been drinking wine.
As you know, we have used several guide books to plan our days walking. We did this about a year ago when we got together for a planning session and to share Spanish food and wine. A lot of folks walking with us have commented about our rigorous schedule, our long days of walking and the time between rest days etc. I have to admit when we ...
... was very nice indeed. There was the most amazing double sided oven in the old kitchen, that spanned the width of the middle of the room, with an oven on each wall . The ovens were round, like dual pizza ovens, but had no chimney themselves, the chimney was in the centre of the stone archway that wasn't an archway, it was straight, but had a keystone, that spanned and divided the large room. A carved stone bowl sink sat in the wall, with a drain, and a ...
... from what it was but the wind has been very strong. The rain from yesterday made the TV news because of flooding slightly south of the Camino. Over the different blogs I have given some insights into local life. Just a couple of things - smoking is still very much a way of life with, I would guess, 80% of people smoking. Young girls get much closer to 100% and older men much the same. Cigarette machines are in all the bars and hotels ...
... s for watching fireworks or if they are planning to sleep outside. The doorbell on our albergue has been ringing all day from pilgrims looking for a bed. I made it inside the cathedral and I got a very good seat. Somehow I lucked out and got in a door just as it opened. I sat there for about 45 minutes waiting for the service to start. I watched the staff roll out a golden carpet for the clergy to enter on. I watched ...