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I AN UP EARLY TO CATCH THE TRAIN TO NORTHERN SPAIN, A PLACE CALLED SANTANDER. I WILL STAY THE NIGHT, AND THEN A BUS TO ANOTHER PLACE AND THEN SOMEONE PICKS ME UP TO GO TO A REMOTE TOWN OF 60 families and the name is ?.... San Sebastián de Garabandal. This had always been a place I have been drawn to. So for all of you who believe this is a Very Holy AND A STORY THAT NEEDS TO BE TOLD. EVEN THE NON BELIVERS REMEMBER.......JUST BECAUSE YOU ...
... has called this country house their only permanent home, a place they bought to spend part of the summers while living in St. Helena, California for several years. From the yard, in the distance, you can see two of the Santander lighthouses across the bay. The neighboring famers had just plowed and the smell of Cantabrian cows was pungent. The remains of fall figs still hung on the trees; the cracks in the plaster of the old house, according ...
... with the van is to be on the road at 8AM and then travel for blocks of 2 hours with a 30 minute,60 minute and 30 minute break. Over the years we have done various routes and times but have found that this is what suits us. The journey to Santander was really enjoyable due to the scenery the quiet roads and knowing that we would be at Santander with a lovely meal on the boat to look forward to on the same day was a real ...
... we phoned the Eagles to advise them of the above and then promptly boarded the ship before they arrived leaving their little car stranded, friendless, on the quay. Well, they should not have gone shopping on holiday, However, thanks to our warning, they had sprinted (?) back and weren't far behind us on the car deck. So a few reminiscences to finish. Things we liked: 95% of Spanish ...
... Navarette about 8km from Logrono. By 9 we were only on outskirts, through that big park area and the sun was setting. We were heading into countryside but it was really too late to walk further. A lovely Spanish lady out walking her dog rang a taxi for us. Arrived in hostel El Cantaro 9.30. Room crammed with 6 bunks. Smallest room on Camino so far. Not much sleep, people up and about all ...