Ciudad de Vigo
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... stone roads constructed by the Romans that had grooves worn into them from centuries of cart wheels running over them. I am struggling a bit with the hills, but love the downward trip & the flat areas. The day started to get warmer & the last 1/3 of the trip into Pontevedra was hot & arduous. I was dragging my feet. ...
Another morning of thick fog. After a stroll to the Praza de Galacia with Chris & a coffee, we wandered across the bridge with Elizabeth & Paul & went back to Valencia to look around. Quiet day with lunch in the park, then a beer & per dinner drink. Tomorrow we start walking again to Santiago. O Porrino is a short jaunt of ...
... The stone work and ceilings. The immense organs. They constantly take my breathe away at the detail and the dust that sits upon all these statues. We wandered around awhile then headed down towards the river. Today seemed to be a celebration of sorts with food being sold from stalls in one square & entertainment in another. We were lucky to see the dancers ...
Day 2 of 2 on Spiritual Variant. I left the monastery this morning and headed west to the sea. Most of the day followed the river, which was beautiful and peaceful. There were a lot of old stone mills that were still standing all along the river.
It was a longer walk today, and we got a late start, so got full on afternoon sun/heat. Martin and Tanja went ahead and Rolf, Isabelle and I took our time with a lot of stops in the shade. The blister on ...
This pin is not exactly correct, as travelpod couldn't find the Monasterio de Armenteira, and I'm not surprised. I am, however, completely surprised that I actually found it!!
The day began by leaving the central route and embarking on the "variante espiritual". This route follows the way that the remains of St James were carried in 44AD by his followers. The story says that they were said to be "led by angels and guided by a star".
It was by far the most remote ...