Hotel El Horreo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... we attended mass and, indeed, the Botafumeiro was swung! It took five men to accomplish the feat and was well worth the wait. After mass we had dinner with the same good friends we've been hanging out with and ran into Craig (Australia), Charmaine and Noel (Denver) whom we haven't seen for several weeks. We refer to people who were on the trail at the same time we were as our "Camino Family". We will definitely remain in touch with some of these ...
... after each and every one?? It was the best part!!
When I got to the last 3, I stopped to breathe, and realized I was full. When the owner came by to change out my "discard/shell" plate, I motioned that I was done, and that he could also take the plate with the last 3 that were uneaten. He said (in Spanish), "but there's only 3 more left" (I actually understood this :) - I motioned no, that while delicious, I was just ...
The last night before leaving for Finesterre was with little sleep.. Too much excitement and a longer day than I had ever experienced The scenery was beautiful and I walked part of that day with Marcela. Most people take four days...so we parted at the place she made her destination for the day and I continued for the 20 Kms remaining There were some super rugged rocky downhills and without walking sticks, I had to traverse very carefully down that grade... Than it opened ...
Oh my gosh. Last day - today we walk into Fisterra and then on to Finesterre - the end of the earth. Been a long journey and one I am all the richer for having participated. Richer for the experience of what I have seen, richer for the people I have met, richer for the experiences of new things and richer for the relationships I've formed.
Both woke really tired. Our great accom on the beach also turned out to be at an ...
... from the oven!) So, after hiking the hill above the lighthouse, we drove to a deserted park along the Finisterre Beach, had a picnic, played in the surf, watched an old naked man search for coins in the sand, then sunbathed on the cool sand for a bit. When the sun got to be too much for us, we returned to our lovely room and sat in our high-backed armchairs, gazing at the spectacular view and reading our books. The highlight of our day was ...