Balneario de Compostela
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Santiago de Compostela to Negreira After a pleasant rest day and sadly saying farewell to Alan and Sherry and to Jim and Dave who have all been great companions, it is time to join the Camino again. This morning before setting off, I bumped into a 12 year old English boy who had just walked the Camino with his Mum -unbelievable! The final leg of my journey ...
- 32kms today; but it's a long day We leave our beautiful lodgings and head down the hill to rejoin the Camino. Breakfast is on our minds as we were unable to get dinner last night as the 2km round trip to the local bar was not an option (physically). I am slow today. It is very warm and the humidity is high but I am really struggling. I feel lethargic. Nothing hurts or is sore, my whole body is just tired. I ...
I am laying on my back with my feet up on the wall.. That was one heck of a trek. I think the guy that wrote the book that I used, which was simple and fantastic, must have not really walked passed Santiago. He showed elevation like it was a walk in the park. This is outback country. Today Marcela and I walked 4 straight hours before we found a place to have a cold drink and rest for 15 minutes ..had a coca cola ...
... phrase offered to all pilgrims on their way to Santiago. It was such a lovely little church with a beautiful serene and spiritual feel to it, and at the time they had a recording of Ave Maria playing in the background. I got a stamp (sello) in my passport which says "parish of Santa Tirso of Palas de Rei". Must be a Spanish Saint. From there, it was a gradual move through the towns of San Xulian, Mato Casanova, O Coto, Furelos, Melide (a large town with carnival happening), ...
... After we were beered out we found a local wine bar and we the first to go in. The manager there suggested a Rioja Reserva which was probably the best wine we have tasted on the whole Camino. It wasn't cheap at €24 but well worth the price. Pete went back to finish his blog and Warren and I (being gluttons for punishment) went back to the Cafe Stop for a couple of whiskeys and bourbons respectively. I can feel a headache coming on for the ...