- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Noia
... wine and stories until the wee hours of the morning. We met Henry for the first time about one week into our Camino and he has walked with us for 9 days out of the last twelve plus shared a rest day with us in Santiago. Thank you Henry for being a part of our Camino! It has been a pleasure!
Reflections on the Camino and advice for others:
Don't trust the mileage in the guidebooks
Do NOT bring snacks from home (we ...
... day to Triacastela; these same two days were the only windy days (the weather has been very, very kind to us); our most expensive day was 75 euro but most days have been under 55 euro. Where possible we have made our own meals as we found that the bar del dia and pilgrim meals began to get monotonous and probably not good for our health. Syd has had two blisters, Val has had a chronically sore shoulder (the same injury that flares ...
... moment - you know the one - where the anvil hits him in the head?!
When that didn't happen (thank goodness), I decided to just start talking out loud, as no one could hear me over the winds and crashing waves anyway! ;) It started as random thoughts and questions and then things became more specific. I'm not sure how to describe this (and it gets a bit freaky here), but it turned into a conversation of some sorts.... where the messages that came through all ...
... yelling and or dancing. I felt a deep connection with these Peregrinos.
Each day I was humbled by the beauty of nature: the wind, purity of air, wheat fields, white roads, the birds, the rain, and the sun – many days I was nature. My Camino de Santiago has reinforced the need for patience, courage, perseverance, serenity and most importantly a simpler life to live "the ...
... and quickly arrange a change. Santiago De Compostella - 8.30 we go on an optional excursion to Rias Baixas. Southward to the RIA DE AROUSA one of the deep fjord-like estuaries of GALICIA. Beautiful coastal scenery with beaches, vineyards, palm trees, and old stone houses. Visit a typical Galician granite 'Pazo' grand manor house of the old aristocracy, and the port of O Grove. In the afternoon we go on a tour of the old town of Santiago ...