Gran Hotel Lugo
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... are loads of semi constructed buildings around.
We did enjoy an entertaining experience
in Lugo. We went to one of the “tourist” restaurants for lunch.
Gen ordered a main dish and I decided on the menu which consisted of
a starter, main and a choice of third, be it dessert, water, bread or
wine. We get the feeling the waiter was having a bit of an off day –
first of all ...
... Africa and in 2010 they divorced. Annmarie, from Denmark, decided to walk the Camino in 2013 and stayed at casa Bandera's, fell in love with Gordon and decided to marry him and help him run the alb, it had been her dream some day to own a B&B. she also is into healing: messages, tarot readings and the like. They are just delightful people. Wonderful day... Buen ...
... today because of the rain, but agreed that we had nothing else to do. We couldn't spend the day doing nothing in a hotel room and there is nothing to do in the village, so we might as well walk for 20km. As we're carrying everything we need for 2-3 weeks on our back, we were very economical about what we brought. We haven't brought iPad or books, reasoning that we would probably be to tired to do much reading, which is true. Our routine each ...
... villages it appears deserted yet behind some of those broken looking doors are beautiful homes, you just don't get to see them. Having said that some are simply facades to keep it all together. Find lots of old tractor and machinery bits that I've photoed and sent to Bill but I won't bore the rest of you with them.
Getting into town at the end of the scheduled walk for the day is always a bonus and it is really warm. All pilgrims, check in, ...
... is 91 and has lived there since he was12- a custom of those times encouraged all families to give one son to the church and one to the army.
2. The divine office is chanted in full each day with Lauds in the morning and vespers in the evening being open to the public.
3. The monastery receives no support from the Government and it's source of income- farm produce etc drastically reduced makes for difficult times, especially due to a fire back in 1951 which tragically burnt ...