Hesperia Isla la Toja
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... got our Compostella, dropped off our backpacks, went to the noon pilgrim mass, had lunch at O Gato Negro and then checked into our hotel. Later we went back to the Cathedral to visit Santiago, saw other pilgrims and had our final dinner with pilgrims we met along the way. The day was emotional as we said good bye to the other pilgrims we had met. I saw Antonio, the first pilgrim we encountered on the Camino - a 73 year old Italian from Sardinia who ...
... quite as spectacular as the guide books describe, as it was in need of significant restoration in many places. The church itself was undergoing work so perhaps they will continue down the hill. I thought that the The Shrine of our Lady of Remedies, with the 600 steps in Lamego, was more worth a visit.
After a very pleasant lunch at a beautiful little Art Nouveau cafe, circa 1909, we explored the old city centre in Braga. The Se or cathedral was full ...
Pete's 60th birthday and sightseeing We we all a bit late getting up this morning and hitting the town. Warren had gone downstairs to the cafe in the hostal and Pete and I joined him a bit later after washing some clothes. When Pete arrive downstairs our German friends, Roland and Uti were there to greet him and present him with a lovely gift of limited edition sketches of Santiago. Uti had put some flowers on the gift as well. Pete was pretty choked up. They sat with us over ...
... my friends and I were able to find seats in the back of a bar to be able to watch the game. It was a fun experience for sure, even though I was cheering for Real Madrid and a large group of Barcelona fans sat right across from us. I decided to censor my cheers at some moments to not draw too much attention to myself. Saturday was the birthday of one of the girls in the group, Megan, so we all bought her a cake from one of the local bakeries and shared it in ...
Today consisted mainly of sleeping and not walking at all. We slept it, had hotel breakfast from the sweetest woman alive, and went back to bed. When we eventually DID get up, we also got a hairdryer for after the showers. DRY HAIR!!! OMG!!! The hotel we're in is beautiful. Very simple, but covers everything you'd need nicely. We're on the top floor, number 3 (4 in 'Murica), and have a lovely view out into the narrow street throughout gauzy curtains and pretty flower box. ...