Hotel Monumento Monasteiro De San Clodio
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... school camp. Naturally I went to the bar just before dinner and decided no vino tinto tonight, instead a G&T! And it was very nice :) I had fish and seafood soup for tea and it s so good I had two bowls! Chris from male Melbourne joined us for tea; his three friends have all gone onto other things so he is on his own now. I met him coming into Astorga last week and keep crossing paths with him"so it was good to finally get to now him a ...
... find a bed for the night. We generally get our hotel/posada/Casa to book our accommodation one night in advance, that way we can assess how we went that day and what we think we can manage the next. Very often several calls are made before they can find one that has a vacancy. This is our last week and we've booked all our accommodation for the rest of the week, for several reasons. 1. As we approach Santiago de Compostela all the other Caminos ...
... the computer has stopped working, ( thanks goodness for the iPad) Sue' s watch has stopped, her glasses have broken, and the universal adapter has decided to call it quits! And of course we got one day out of our brand new camera in Paris before it seized completely!, oh no....the little man in Madrid said when we asked if he could help! I do digress- Back to the Camino! We walked through the village and on the far side we stopped for a warm chirzo bocadillo and a tea and coffee ...
... many stories will be recounted once we reunite.
Deb & Al (we) had a long, difficult walk today. Al's 40lb pack, coupled with the rocky narrow trails, and constant elevation changes was causing him to slow down and take frequent breaks. During the three weeks in the spring I never had any problems with my feet or toes, unfortunately this time I am dealing with two toe problems (both feet the toe next to my pinky!). The right toe I ...
... meters to 350 meters above sea level over the distance which made it quick and a real hoot to boot. The last 300 meters to the town was over a massive bridge with the very wide River Mino flowing underneath. We had managed to make Portomarin by 11am which was very good considering our slow start, so we decided to have an early lunch and cup of coffee. Because we were a bit early for the lunch menus all we could get ...