Hotel San Clemente
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... so freely that it really was noticeable. It was as though I had not walked a step. Although there was no miraculous departure of my malaise I really could not feel a sore muscle or joint and this was the first time in 37 days that I did not have a slight hobble of gait that was favoured. "I'm just sayin."
And remember..."Let no one ever come to you without leaving better and happier." M. Teresa. I would so much like this to be said of me.
... group of women with tambourines, drums, and bells all singing and dancing in some type of celebration at sail rock. Usually, this area was so secluded and quiet. I captured some video of there shouting and yelling. I also noticed that they were getting on their backs and sliding all of the way under the rock and through the opening at the bottom, getting back up, and going through again. OH! So THAT's what they mean ...
... The size of the family crypts in the village cemeteries get grander and flasher in every place as we come along. Some are huge and clearly many families have been here for eternity.
Got into tonight's accom around 1ish and jumped into the private Albergue. Got a 3 bed room for the same price as a bunch of bunks and of course our own private bathroom. Such bliss! AND real sheets on the bed and REAL towels. Those small things become ...
... dispersed with fields of gorse and and ... Meadows. I saw more cats; I suspect that they are huge actual rulers of Spain. Today we stopped only once for our hot milk chocolate during (Cola Cao) as the route was easy and short. While there, saw the big group from last night and exchanged insults. Then we left the uproarious laughter behind. Advertised distances seem to be ...
... few seconds later, I realized I was not looking at the cathedral, but a monastery. As I turned my head left, I could see that we had approached the cathedral from the side. A few more steps and we were in the main square that boasts the grand entrance to the cathedral. It is a magnificent but weather worn building that thrusts its two main spires high up into the air. After a few minutes admiring the cathedral we made our way to the Pilgrims' Office where we were ...