Hotel Balneario Guitiriz
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... N-547 which we needed to cross and re-cross all the way to Arzua.
We passed through the villages of Ligonde, at a height of 2,362 feet, an ancient hamlet long associated with the camino and its humble hospitality, we arrived at Eirexe, with its 17th century wayside cross, through the village of Lameros after which we criss-crossed the highway a couple of times giving us wonderful views of the surrounding countryside before dropping down into ...
... bar and accommodation, and would be well worth a stop. We continued on to Portomarin, which was a shithole, and my least favourite overnight stay of the whole trip. The village was moved up high on the hill, including the church, after the river was dammed in the 1960s. Our hotel was in town and awful, sparse and like a hospital with hard surfaces, and I could hear the folks next door having a good time at 2am. Ugh. No thanks. The whole village seemed lifeless, and ...
... br> Shower, rest and chocolate ... The ultimate recovery.
Alive and well... Very tired and sore feet but looking forward to dinner!!!! We have to leave our pension and go to hotel Pasada for dinner. Met some great people at dinner and also at our guesthouse.
Lovely day and very delicious dinner finishing with the Spanish creme caramel which was divine. Well ready for ...
... of Cows and chestnut trees, nice. She walked with Peter from Switzerland, said he was a great Guy but disappointed he did not teach her how to Yodel. arrived Portomarin, stunning and wait for it - in hotel with Washer, Dryer, heating. We are in Heaven, thank you God. And the Sun is out ...
... suitcases packed in a car. They DRIVE to an Albergue, talk a few items from their suitcases, put them in a backpack, and then go into the Albergue masquerading as "Pligrims" to get a bed. You see the order of service in an Albergue is: 1) disabled 2) those on foot 3) horseback 4) bicyclists 5) those with vehicle support. Oh well....can't spend more energy worrying about what others do. Had a great dinner again and of to ...