Hotel Golf Balneario Augas Santas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Heated pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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... We enjoyed eggs and chorizo. We visited more with Tiemon about his mother's death, only 3 weeks earlier—the main reason for his Camino. We wanted to find a special place to finish the day for Paul's bday. We kept walking aware that places would be filling up. We stopped to call ahead from the front of the purple-door church at Fonfrio. Two places had no rooms, so we walked back to a non-descript place that we had ...
... climb! So not many photos today so i will upload those tomorrow. My plan of attack from here is to stay off what are the planned stages. I have pulled up on the outskirts of Sarria and i will do the same for Portomarin tomorrow. All of the 'bus pilgrims' are doing the planned stages so a bed may be easy to obtain if i avoid those planned areas. As a side note for my dad - yes dad the beer will probably be cheaper outside of those 'tourist towns'. Now back to gadgets. ...
... Triacastela and thankfully roads. Using our guidebook we helped Chris pick out the best alberque in town whilst we searched out somewhere with a double room, falling lucky at Casa David, a new building on the way out of town. A shower, blister treatment, washing and a snack of sangria and green beans meant it was time to rest and check guidebooks for tomorrow. A stroll around the lovely picturesque village of Tricastela gave us an opportunity to meet ...
... so an elderly Spanish woman yelled out at us from below pointing in the direction of the easier route...we promptly thanked her and ignored her warning as well. Onwards and upwards as they say! Despite the warnings the walk was absolutely magnificent with views back over Villafranca del Bierzo and toward the next few towns. We walked through spring flowers in full bloom and groves of chestnut trees meeting a few people from America, South Africa and Ireland. When we ...
... my crocs as the day wore on. So far so good. Crocs and socks make quite a fashion statement! We are now officially in beautiful Galicia. We are coming slowly out of the mountains and the rolling hills are green and full of wildflowers. It is pleasant walking - even with blisters as the extreme heat has ended! Sylvia and Marcel were waiting for is at a cafe in Alto de Poio. It was a walk straight up a dirt path about half ...