Hotel O Desvio
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... we had better at the last place in Barcelona.
We walk our full bellies out of the restaurant and walk towards the Chocolate Factory that I had also noticed earlier today, thankfully for my thigh's it was closed. So we walk home, with happy hearts and full bellies. We get back and I pretty much shower, clean my teeth and head to bed as it was 11pm. I was wrecked. But it could have had something to do with my goblet glass of red wine at dinner. Anyway lights out for now!
... of me by the cross is at the top of the biggest elevation. I kept up with most everyone and enjoyed Jane who runs the Boston marathon and actually was a half mile from the finish and the bombing. Everyone's story is enriching. The path traveled through lovely towns and forest of oak, chestnut and eucalyptus trees. The dogs in their yards were hybrid terriers and very cute enjoying their siesta. We could pick ripening grapes on their arbors along the ...
... also known as Hot Lips Houlahan, as John pointed out the resemblance to the M.A.S.H. character) so there were more introductions and announcements and they were so happy for us. We are all meeting for a drink tonight and we are staying at the Parador which is completely amazing.
We had a wonderful long celebratory drink at the bar on the terrace in front of the Parador, the only bar on the main square. We could see pilgrim after pilgrim finishing their Camino ...
... Griffon Vulture gliding around the rocks. Got a feeling he'd spotted an old geezer puffing his way up the mountain and was checking I didn't cark it when I got to the top. Gotta be on the lookout for a meal whenever it comes out here.. Anyway I survived but only just, it started to sleet when I got to the top and it was a mad dash to get back to the site before I got hypothermia.
I met a guy from Warrington while I was there. He'd cycled all the way there ...
... pace. The breakfast stop is drawn out. The chats with others we have met over the past 13 days last longer - all in the hope of extending what has been a fabulous journey! Still blessed with pathways and shaded areas we are immersing ourselves one last time in the feeling of freedom that the Camino draws you in too. The city of Santiago now spills into our pathways as the ancient way travelled by pilgrims ...