Hotel Santa Cristina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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I WANTED TO CLIMB THE HILL TO THE PINES AND I DID WHAT A LIFE CHANGING EXPERIENCE I HAVE BEEN ON.SO OFTEN I DREAMED OF WHAT IT WOULD BE LIKE,BUT AFTER BEING there it was 10000 TIMES MORE SPIRITUAL THAN I COULD IMAGINE. THANK YOU JESUS FOR THE MOMENTS I SPENT WITH YOU AND YOUR MOTHER. I WENT TO BED AND I ONLY SLEPT FOR A FEW HOURS.....EXCITEMENT, FOR I NEVER THOUGHT I WOULD BE THERE BY MYSELF,AND TO HAVE THAT TIME BY MYSELF I COULD HEAR YOUR VOICE SO CLEAR AND ...
SO THIS WAS QUITE A EXPERIENCE FOR ME... WALKING UP TO THE "PINES" BEING IN THE SAME PLACE OUR HOLY MOTHER WAS WITH THE CHILDREN. SUCH A PERSONAL TIME.EVERYONE YOU MEET HAS A HOLY' SPIRIT ABOUT THEM. IT IS A BEAUTIFUL FEELING TO BE AROUND. I WOULD LOVE TO STAY,BUT IT IS COLD AND I AM NOT DRESSED FOR IT. SO BACK TO SANTANDER ,GET ...
... spot, very Celtic countryside, lovely. This area it must rain a lot. They all walk around with umbrellas up and not even raining just a few spots. Headed into france and stayed in Sare to make our pilgrim way to st Jean pied de port. Saw some pilgrims on their first leg of Camino trail, group of Japanese putting on their band aids, at lunch on day one, wow, long way to go yet with all new gear and in light drizzle, fog and ...
... great story about Charlemagne’s siege of the Saracens here in 778 (if you have been following this blog closely then you know that the giant stones at Stonehenge are called Sarsens after these Islamic invaders of the early Middle Ages). The Saracen Muslim garrison was commanded by a general named Mirat. He was just about starved out by the Carolingian army when an eagle flying overhead dropped its prey, a large trout, into the castle. Mirat craftily offered it ...
When planning this holiday, we really knew very little about most of the places available to visit. We got a copy of the expansive Lonely Planet guide and while full of information, it's probably almost too full and I'd come away from reading almost every section thinking "OMG - we gotta spend some time there!"
Which of course was never going to be possible anyway. So we deliberately left some places and regions out despite having what seemd a luxurious four weeks ...