- Minbar in room
- Conference facilities
- Smoking rooms available
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of must see places...A Coruna or La Coruna as it's sometimes called. Another base for the huge fishing trawlers but what I did not know that it is a huge crowded city and commercial shipping port too.
Security was strict so no close up of harbour but I was happy that I came to visit.
Finding somewhere to park for the night nearby proved a bit of a headache, the Aire in the book near the city was too isolated. There was ...
... would have been a very, very big house, however it was only ever half built, so the stairway etc, is not evenly balanced in the house design. It was never finished. I like their optimism though. It was the 'big house' and the workers' small cottages surrounded it, in what is idyllic farm country landscape. Our room was upstairs, and a corner room which was lovely, overlooking the countryside, with a couple of sets of French doors opening onto ...
... excellent. Lentil soup to start, and then a really, really good baked hake (fish). There were no fries!! Conversation was also very enjoyable ... just four of us at our table.
Before and after dinner, when pilgrims were relaxing in the living room area, there was much discussion about Santiago. How far from here? What time were people leaving in the morning? Where were they staying in Santiago? etc. Regarding accomodation, everyone had booked ahead and there ...
... finally unpack our bags. With plasters removed and long showers taken we headed into the town to celebrate. Celebrations involved more water, a fanta lemon, a wine, a beer and tapas, we are party people! Just like all other nights we're in bed before 10. It was really tough today but we made it, we're here! Today we walked 40km and over the last week over 220km, it's quite an achievement and I'm so proud of ...
... 33 days on the walk, we were taught some humility in that we didn't know it all, there's always something new to learn from this walk. Everyone was in the same position with wet gear but all got up and got on with the job.
No breakfast today but after an hour we stopped for a coffee. While the path went through forest it was remarkably dry and we did not have to pick our way through much mud. A little fog but it turned into a beautiful ...