Hotel Santiago Apostol
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Leave Bexleyheath just before 13.00 but immediately receive text from Mo to say his train from Leeds has been cancelled. He will now arrive at Stansted only 40 minutes before the plane leaves! I drive to airport thinking of options that might help. Decide the only one is for him to get a taxi from Peterborough. After approaching a few and getting prices he manages ...
... in hand we could look over this magnificent structure. I wearing a t shirt from our trip in Africa which got a conversation going from 2 old European ladies with a small grasp of English. One of them said I should be disgusted with myself for having done a safari in Africa as her understanding was any safari means hunting wild animals, once we explained what a modern safari was they changed their tune and we very excited to learn about our trip so far and our ...
... of socks the night before, I was was able to buy some socks from some old guy on the side of the road. Three pairs for 5 Euro. The guys reckon I will be lucky to get one wear out of them but that is all I will need to get me home.
We finally made it to the cathedral and then found our hotel was only 100 metres away. Great location. Had a coffee and a toasted sandwich beforehand, leaving our bags and going up to the office where we joined a very slow queue to get ...
... is a converted convent. In fact said to be the oldest convent in Spain. It's very nice inside and the room is nicely done with retained stone walls. I was going to have dinner here but it's only starting at 8.30pm so will go outside. No shortage of cafés and restaurants Already had a stroll round and seen lots of fellow pilgrims. Queued for ...
... rain are nearly always mentioned in the same sentence. Galicia in general is well-known for being damp and cold for most of the year, but this makes it a very green and beautiful part of Spain. I'd really like to go to the Atlantic coast sometime as it's supposed to be really spectacular. Being right on the edge of the continent, Galicia is hit at full speed by the Atlantic weather that carves cliffs, bays, headlands and arches into the ...