Hotel Casino Chaves
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
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... downstairs. The day tourists have gone and we're now in front of the fire warming up before dinner. It feels like we are in our own hotel rather than an albergue. Dinner was salad, chicken and fries, and Galacian Cake, a cake I would like to have more of when I get back to Australia. Richard just ordered a 10 year old cognac and paid 2 Euro for almost half a glass so we could have problems moving him tomorrow.
Almost time to turn in, so good night!
Today, was the longest stage - 33K which is about 20 miles. It began with a very beautiful early morning flat section through cute villages and fields. I stopped for water at one of the Pilgrim Fountains and then the ascent began. It wasn't as bad a a Canda but it was steady..and long. Some of the trail was very rocky but it was dry so it didn't feel dangerous. At the top of the mountain, the village of Alberqueria has one of the ...
After yesterday's early stop, I had so many thoughts about MY schedule. I had two choices....find cash and shorten the next few legs or use my remaining cash to get to Ourense by bus. First, the walk today was wonderful. A very short, steep uphill followed by miles of downhill. It was so beautiful. Lots of heather like flowers and most of the walk was on a gravel road. Everything was beautiful. So, I arrive in Laza and ask for the bank. ...
So today, we all thought that it would be an easy 35K from a Gudina to Laza. It looked like it would be very beautiful walk with great view of a big lake. The plan was to stop for lunch in Campobecerros which was 20K and then on to Laza. Not so much. Remember what I said about no flat places in Spain? The day started with a long 400 foot climb out of a Gudina. It was never flat for ...
Today, we have a Canda so aim just enjoying a cup of coffee then off on the Camino. It is shorter overall today but I think the the climb is steeper. Later: Boy was I right. It was so hard to go up a Canda. It was a trail through stream nod rocks with very vertical jaunts up the rocks. It was only 6k but I was totally bonked at the top with 19K to go. At the halfway point, I met up again ...