Hotel San Carlos
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... to understand the "go straight then turn left" part I headed off confident. The campsite was virtually empty. Sharing a large amount of acreage with only a Spanish couple we could take our pick of sites. I suspect this wouldn't be the case in a few days time, however, as the Vuelta Espaņa was to pass through this very place! Our tents were erected amongst a bothersome swarm of flies and then it was time for some exercise in the form of a 3 kilometre walk to the ...
... that vast ocean. A world beyond what was ever imagined. This place had a similar paradoxical meaning for us— the end of a journey, yet a wondrous beginning. Thanks so much for all the love, prayers and comments. We really looked forward to reading those each day. Sometimes it was just what we needed to refocus and recharge. We carried all of you in our hearts and our daily prayers. Buen Camino! Paul y ...
When we got back to our hotel, we changed quickly and, while that was happening, a 30 piece drum band slowly wormed its way past our hotel. We all hung out the window to watch and take some photos. Then down to meet Ric**********, Birgitt and Francis for coffee. This group presented me with a Santiago key ring.
Earlier, Warren had come back to the hotel and presented a hand-fired tile with the Camino symbols on it. He wanted the three Amigos to ...
... but were unable to complete like Deb from Calgary, the young girl from Michigan, the 2 ladies I met yesterday that could barely walk let alone go up and down the hills, my friend Voctor from Spain. Following the congratulation and receipt of the Compestello, I attended the Pilgrim's mass at 12/00. The Cathedral was filled to capacity with pilgrims and I assume local tourists and people from the area. Even though in Spanish, it felt ...
After a well deserved sleep in and shower we have breakfast at the hotel the yoghurt fruit and toast is fine but the coffee is ver sweet We head outside to find sun and a ral coffee Then Dow to the cathedral where we see the Spanish chaps from Madrid who we saw the very first day in San Martin, Lisa, Simona and John also arrive We ...