Hotel Rio Azor
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Rio Azor Santa Uxia de Ribeira
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... basic digs. We frequently had a room to ourselves which made easy exits in the morning for us early birds. Sometimes there is only a hostal, sometimes only casa rurals and in some places no more than 6 or 8 beds and no forward bookings, so first in, best dressed or walk on! But I will say that many places had a bank of spare mattresses that could be tossed on the floors if the beds had been taken. Food. Where we could cook ourselves we did, but often could buy ...
... along these shores. The water was rough and there were outcroppings of rocks offshore - I can see the reason for the wrecks, and the name.
I passed many fire pits where people burn items as a symbol of letting things go. I didn't being anything to burn (and even if I had, everything was so wet + it was so windy, no one could burn anything today if they tried ;)
I found a spot on a large rock to sit on, and stayed for quite some time. I sat in awe of ...
... to Finesterrre took me on a 42 day walking journey to the depths of my soul physically, emotionally and spiritually... The changing scenery and terrain, ramped you up for each stage --breaking down, tearing apart and than rebirth, renewal and transformation. The rugged Pyrennes starting me on my first day, which was the most challenging mountain climb, kicked my ass, and let me me know this trip was not for those weak in heart or soul. A "unseasoned pilgrim" not really ...
... wafts from cafe-bars, restaurants and albergues all throughout Galicia. One sees the occasional bagpipe and hears the musical sound of Gallego being spoken in the smaller villages. It is truly GREEN everywhere one looks. Seventh, it was sobering to see the crosses and memorial stones along the Camino. They marked the place of death of a pilgrim who would never make it to Santiago. One memorial had the bronzed shoes of the defunct hiker, Guillermo Watt. He died one day ...
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