Hotel Río Ulla
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Río Ulla Lugo
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... near the marina. We
got there just before the heavens opened and open they did. The
restaurant is at the bottom of a hill – it was battling to the keep
the rising water from entering. Whilst enjoying our wonderful meal
we watch the drains overflow with the heavy lids lifting and cars try
to maneuverer their way through deep water. Heading back to the
marina we did have to the torrent of ...
... walk through shaded lane ways for most of the day. And we passed the 100kms mark!!! Lunch was at a delightful restaurant at Mercadoiro. Then rolled down the hill to Vilcha to Casa Banderas (which is run by Gordon who is from South Africa and his Danish wife, Ella-Marie). In by 2.30 ish, only to find Stephanie and Philip there, and the three Germans who have been walking with us for the past 4-5 days. A lazy few hours catching up with ...
... served in a restaurant across the road from the albergue bug run by the same family. It is a communal meal giving us a taste of the local vegetables and meat meat and finished off with a cake Galacia the local desert. Fantastic value for €9. It is a big night on the football here with both Madrid teams in the final played in Lisbon. Can't rally get interested so am off to bed. Goodnight from ...
... and slip sliding through town on fresh or rehydrated cow pats would be funny to watch but not freaking funny to travel down! This is all up and down hill - nothing's flat anywhere! And where you run out of town and get off the concrete roads onto dirt road, you now have dirt and cow poop mixed and sometimes the streams out of the mountains run through that. Pick your path carefully!
Cows rule. You have coffee stops on and amongst the cow poop, ...
... river stones glistening below- why don't they leave them there and stop putting them on the pathway for old men like to slip on.ok I know it's to stop the path from becoming muddily impossible.
it was a period of quiet thought and prayer beautifully accompanied by the trills and calls of the abundant bird life who fill the surrounding beech and birch forest that embrace the pilgrim path.
As I approached Samos the massive Monastery came into view. The photo does not do ...