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... was full of cyclists. We must have seen somewhere close to 100 throughout the day. They always appreciated us getting out ouf their way and left with a heartfelt "Bon Camiño", the galician greeting of every peregrino. Caldas de Reis, meaning "hot water for the king" has thermal waters. We found some and had to put our feet in them it felt soooooo good. Had an amazing dinner at a local bar. Now, to sleep. We are taking it easier tomorrow, after all it is only 18 ...
... grain is stored. But isn't the shoreline of a fishermen’s village in between restaurants that vie for the seafood tourist an unnatural place for a collection of buildings that is related to farming? It isn’t hard to find a singular hórreo, while driving through the land between the rias, but it is nice to come across three on a slope of a farm.
The Camino de Santiago from Lisbon passes through this region. ...
So its mothers day today and because we are in a foursome of 3 mothers we had a "lay" day and took the BUS. From Tui to Redondela and then walked the hour to our hotel Anton at Soutoxusto.
Very different to our beautiful Portugal. Bigger, newer, dirtier and less gardens, although we have not hit the camino yet.
Is it money that changes ...
... a festival with bagpipe music and a singer in one of the squares. Later we discovered it was a festival celebrating Galician culture and language. We found a couple of beautiful wide boulevards down by the port. We enjoyed walking down the center garden strip, looking at all the flowering trees and several statues. We stopped for another glass of Ribeiro wine. Later on we returned to the Puerta del Sol where there are two tall columns and on top is the sculpture of a merman ...
It was an easy walk today, only 19 km. maybe we are just getting walking fit, our calves certainly have doubled in size. The camino route wasn't so spectacular today, some beautiful bits as shown in the photos. But we have made it to Spain!!!!!!!!!! Tui is a beautiful old city, nobody speaks English, had a very expensive tapas dinner, not great ...
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