Hotel Rustico Vila Do Val
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... admiring the churches and murals, we happened on to a local market. The market area sold meat, cheese, veggies, fruit, clothes, and cattle. In addition there were large tents with tables and chairs selling food, specifically the Galician dish of Pulpo(octopus with spices). A little chewy, rich, but pretty good. Since saw it was getting stormy we decided to walk no further and take shelter at the Los Blasones alb. ...
Also we booked our last two days' accommodation before Santiago tonight so we won't be sleeping out in the woods now. Only one expensive night, paying $50 each for a hotel for the night before. We will then only have a 12 km walk in on Saturday, the last day. 75 kms to go as we passed 700 kms today.
A quiet night ahead as there is nothing much to do here tonight. Ventas is another tiny hamlet with about five houses. I'll leave you with some pictures from ...
... We are in a small room with a shared bath. Sylvia and Marcel are real troopers. They are at a pilgrim's albergue with 40 in the room. I can only imagine the volume of snoring. I took Peter to the doctor. I was a little nervous about negotiating the Spanish Heath care system but it all worked out fine. Luckily our hotel is only about 2 blocks from the medical clinic. I made an appointment and we got in to see the doc around 2 PM. A strong ...
... city centre was beautiful, along side a big river but we could not get lunch until after 13.00. We moved up and away from the city centre and got a feed at tgecsame var/cafe as last year, up the monster steps. I got the bar lady to book us into tge Albergue at Barbadelo the same as last year.
We hit rush hour traffic coming out of the primary school and had to dodge traffic down the hill until we got on the ...
... people try to uproot them because they are not native. So we walked on until a cafe appeared, sat down and drank hot milk with chocolate. Rosie had described this and it was as yummy as she had said. After enjoying the hot chocolate and some bars, we moved on through more forests and cows. There were several climbs and descents of hills, we emerged above the River Mino and crossed on a high bridge. There looked ...