Balneario de Compostela
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... scenic route heading into town. We decided to have a quiet evening with Jason making a lentil salad and headed to bed early in preparation for the big final day tomorrow! Total cost for today: - Breakfast: €2 Chocolate croissant - Lunch: €2 Ham and cheese baguette - Dinner: €3 Lentil salad - Snacks: €2 Chocolates and chips - Accommodation: €10 Total cost per person: €19 Til next time Ann & Jason ...
... tomb for family members who have passed away, a hypothesis which he found particularly amusing. But I explained that the cross leads foreigners to think there is a religious significance to the structures. A good reply toon to the puzzle that entertained us for several days. Carlos also told us proudly that the building which housed the Resturant and lounge area was his family home a child. He said that in winter the farm animals ...
... so we will have to see how it goes and the weather is much hotter than last time. Still, at least we haven't got to climb the Pyrenees first thing, that was extremely daunting at the time, a 1450 foot rise above sea level, in one day, over 15 miles!! Tomorrow we face a 15 mile walk without the rise......easy peasy! Oh well, back to watching Tony track down a mosquito he thinks is in the hotel room.....it's amazing what passes for entertainment when you have no ...
... the world, hanging from it. There was also writing all over the walls, and a poster from a movie that I adore, Amelie. It was a really friendly vibe, and locals were lined up at the bar drinking shots of a bright yellow locally made liquor, which is aniseed in taste with herbs infused. It's pretty tasty, best chilled. They were being poured from a unmarked 3 litre plastic bottle from the fridge. We're staying in another rural stay tonight, that I've been really looking forward ...
... then started walking back up the trail; I soon heard Tanya (UK) calling to me that my husband was looking for me back by the bridge. I found him and, other than losing some time, all was well. Mike had headed up the trail to find me and we didn't see him until the next village. The Camino is marked with traditional shells ...