Hotel Delfin Azul
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Checked out at 10am and then rang Lilian. For some reason the wifi is stronger on the forecourt of the hotel than inside. Also went for stroll round and met the couple from Stockport with their 3 children. Quite an achievement to walk over 100Km when none of the children looked to be over 10. Also saw a pilgrim making his way with his stuff on a trolley. Expecting to find Paul & Carina Miller who are scheduled to arrive in time for Pilgrims Mass but no sign so far. Went ...
... Pardo Bazan, a late nineteenth century Spanish novelist, commonly known as Spain's second most famed writer behind Miguel de Cervantes. In my Butler professor-taught class here in Spain, we had just finished reading a novel by this author, and the professor offered us extra credit to go visit her house, which was an opportunity not to be passed up! After lunch at a nice pizza place on the harbor, we stopped by the Castle of San Antón, built on a small ...
... reaching Santiago. It's a personal journey for all and I think each of us will have our own individual things to share when we get home. It was a beautiful and enriching last five weeks and I'm very blessed to have had the opportunity to walk the Camino de Santiago with the four I started with and all those whom we met along the way. Thank you all and Buen Camino! ...
Today we dock in Villagarcia in Spain in the region of Galacia. We arrive at 9am and leave at 3pm. Due to the rough seas last night we arrived an hour late and will stay an hour longer. Villagarcia is a University town and small harbour town with a population of 20,000 in the Galizien Province. It has beautiful beaches and esplanade and a large marina. It is also known for its many parks and gardens and Miguel Hernandez memorial containing statues of ...
Deaney did his utmost to waken Bruma the morning of our departure nevermind our fellow Pilgrims! What he needed in those plastic bags escapes me still! We tiptoed outdoors at 7.00am into complete darkness and walked a few hundred yards away to get suited and booted. It was very misty and thankfully I had a torch to hand which would guide our way...and keep lookout for Wolves and Bears!!!
We dispatched the Santiago Cake quickly savouring all the flavour ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility