- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Left Cee with overcast skies and the threat of rain. I walked the coastal path, which was pretty much directly on the water's edge as I left Cee - pretty view of town as I rounded the bend. When I left the protection of the harbor, there were gale force winds for miles. Bubba kept catching the wind like a sail - it was hard to walk straight - I must have looked like a drunken sailor ;). (Funny story - I ran into a nice couple later from DC who ...
... sit in wheelchairs awaiting their healing experiences. One womean stood out with her purple-red hair like a flower from a withered plant, refusing to abandon her beauty.
We left Lourdes with containers full of holy water some of us would consume on the first leg of the Camino de Santiago de Compostela. A late arrival at Casa Caxigueiro, our first camino guest house, was not a problem.
The four ...
... not very atmospheric but was closer to Santiago so that we could arrive n before midday to join the pilgrims mass tomorrow
Cant believe it will be finished tomorrow!!!
The municipal Xunta ( albergue) was 6E - 120 beds
... We are in the usual bunk beds but there are hot showers and a sitting room with armchairs, a sofa and a warm wood stove. I have been sitting here talking with an Italian girl from Milan about to graduate in Intercultural Studies and an older Swedish guy who has hiked the Camino 9 times. He told me he was addicted to the Camino! Dinner is coming up soon at 7:30 PM then it is off to bed for me. Peter is already in bed! May 25: 10.5 miles TOTAL MILES: ...
... and it is swung by a pulley with the help of 8 priests. It swings on the pulley over the crowd of people reaching speeds of 50 mph. They originally started this at every mass because with the pilgrimage and the homeless sleeping here, the church started to smell. It was amazing to see how fast it was going, and it almost reached the top of the church. That afternoon, we toured the top of the Cathedral, and walked on the roof. There really ...