Hotel Costa Vella
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Bei Sonne ein Traum.
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... is such a soothing, comforting break from the wet day outside. I see Pilgrims come in on wobbly legs, flopping down in the comfortable chairs - half an hour later they cannot get out of the chairs when the muscles have settled into a painful spasm. I see grown men cry when they phone home to tell their partners "I made it". Youngsters texting wildly trying to share the magic of the moment.
So what is this moment?
Airports - Barcelona and ...
... made my way to my holiday treat ... a night at The Parador.
It has been a strange entrance into Santiago ... on the way in I went into a bar and asked to pay to use the toilet. She charged me 2 Euros ... an exorbitant price here. When we were trying to get into the cathedral, a Spanish lady made it clear to me where the end of the line was. At the pilgrims' office, my paperwork was thrown on the desk at me even after I'd used my normal friendly greeting. The lady ...
... and they enriched my Camino so much. I am sure we will see each other again.
You may also notice that my little Spanish growth had disappeared. It was driving me nuts!. Also Jules wasn't quite sold on it as she saw on TV where it was stated that there are more germs in your facial hair than are on your bum! That could have provided for an interesting welcome home kiss at the airport!
And remember...."Actions speak louder than words." Me.
... pics. We have arrived a week ahead of schedule. We have options and tomorrow will look at how we spend that time.
And one thing that really is important to me......the stats from my Fitbit from the day we left Seville to the end of yesterday in Santiago. 41 days all together including the rest day in Salamanca.
Total number of steps - 1,680,322
Total number of floors climbed - 4,397
Total number of kms walked - ...
... to pause for long. It felt so pilgrim-like.We had a taste of Australia as many sections are now filled with eucalypts whose seeds were brought here. It made me grateful for the teeming wildlife that is absent from a similar looking landscape at home.We've just doddled back up the hill from one of the best dinners we've had in Spain (which follows from one the best lunches we've had in Spain). The centrepiece of the lunch was Galician ...