Hotel Delfin Azul
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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On this, my final day of walking, I leave alone. It's just 6 am. There was a full lunar eclipse of the moon at 4 so I get to see the final stage of it. I'm surprised that there aren't other pilgrims leaving this early, anxious to get to Santiago. I really like this two hour walking in the dark routine, there's an undistracted peacefulness about it. Most of the trail is through the woods to a dedicated pilgrim track that takes us around the ...
... vino & had a lovely time.....
Also we have walked all over the city, can't stop walking & explored all the little lane ways and narrow cobbled streets....there fascinating!!
Friday June 5 we met up with friends, sat in the Plaza & watched a 40 piece orchestra play beautiful music, ate at a different restaurant & returned to our rooftop apartment around 10 pm.....the nights ...
... nothing of great use or value. A few weeks prior to leaving I literally tripped on an App in English for $5. Seriously it was the best $5 I've ever spent. That little App got us through several times. I managed to pick up some maps in Spanish which took us to the point we turned west near Portugal and were useful for the time we had them. Somewhere around this point in the journey while researching for some accommodation for the following night, dear old ...
... symbol, as well as a staff. Interestingly, there are many pilgrimage routes to Santiago, some starting in Portugal, France or Spain. You may have seen the 2010 movie, The Way, starring Martin Sheen and Emilio Estavez, which takes place on the French route.
The town was destroyed by the invading Muslims from north Africa in the tenth century, and completely rebuilt in the ...
... difficult to decide so we jump into one where there is a crowd inside ,all half ****** having a good time. Food was great English passable we tried a numerous dishes ..loved the stuffed peppers and knocked over a couple of Estrellas Found Kath a new type of Gin "bulldog" ,yet to try it but it does exist. Santiago is a great place to visit even if you don't walk the ...