Hotel Attica 21
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... and we moved to the secondary road. The ashphalt is easier to ride on, and the descents and climbs aren't quite as steep as they are on the natural trail that goes all the way down to the bottom of the valley, and then all the way up to the top of the next crest.
With the climbing and the heat, my body was ready to stop after about 25kms, but our target destination was about 15 more kms away. I said I'd keep trying ... but it was hard and I was over ...
... to the albuerge and then out to dinner with other pilgrims. It was in Teo that I was attacked by bed bugs, the worst attack ever, along with Hugo and Esther. On Wednesday morning Alfonso and I left at 7am walking through the dark forest in the pouring rain. It was 13km if walking through Galicia in the rain. I felt good as we entered Santiago. Alfonso and I entered the plaza feeling accomplished. We had come a long way from 2 years ago. After taking ...
... to the day. We drove past the
medieval city of Lugo and turned off to a small village for lunch. Of course,
the server could not understand English and we were at a loss to understand the
menu. I happened to see ‘sandwiches’ written on the door and we pounced on the
word. AHA! She came out of the kitchen with a chunk of ham, a big hunk of cheese
and a head of lettuce. After more gesturing and fingerpointing and ...
... auto; ">James was one of Jesus' twelve disciples, one of the first to declare his loyalty and the first to pay for it with his life, therefore the first to be martyred and hence his sainthood. Legend has it that his remains are buried in the cathedral, but we are talking about a guy who died in Galilee in 44AD, beheaded by Herod, only for his remains to end up in Northern Spain and be discovered about 800 years after he died. It's a long shot, but hey, anything ...
... are walking now had advised that today, although the shortest walking day, would be the most difficult because of the steep ascents. Yes, the ascents were there, although Al and I made quick work of them and appreciated that with each ascent the path was quite smooth and easy to walk. (We find the rocky terrain much more difficult, even if it is a flat walk.) Climbing a smooth uphill, or going down, we are able to look around and ...