Hotel El Horreo
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Santa Marinas to Logoso Thunderstorms again this morning provide the soundtrack to today's route to Logoso. The storm clouds are gathered in the hills behind us but we push on, hoping the brighter skies ahead will create a drier days walking. It's full raingear as the rain falls but the walking is gentle along roads with great views of ...
... picked up some beach towels and an umbrella from the front desk and hit the beach. We spent the day reading, napping, walking, collecting shells, and sunbathing. It was great! We returned to the same restaurant as the previous night and enjoyed another delicious seafood dinner. Cindy garlic shrimp and me Hake "casserole". Another evening passed relaxing, watching soccer, and reading. This is the ...
... treat! Only one other guest and Louise from Connectict and is looking after the house for 2 weeks while Tracy is helping her daughter in Italy as she is having her 2 nd child. Supper was baked chicken breasts, salad and mashed potatoes. Lots of wine. evening included lots of discussion about our learnings on on the camino. Relaxation - talking, reading Finally sleep rained all day and ...
... to finally be at the Lighthouse! We took extra time to climb the hill above the lighthouse and were rewarded with spectacular views of the ocean, the lighthouse, and the bay. We even watched a helicopter rescue a boater who had made it to a rocky knoll (in the midst of submerged rocks that no boat could pass) about a kilometer out. On our walk along the coast, we had stopped at a super mercado and picked up lunch supplies (including a ...
... with flowers and a pink hat. All we were able to communicate
with him was ¨Ciao¨ but we grew to appreciate his strength very much
and when we met at Santiago beneath the Cathedral we exchanged hugs. He said ¨Buono Fortuna¨ which even I could understand so clearly that when he said it, I initially thought he was speaking English to me. I looked at him as though he had tricked me into thinking he only ...