Hotel Spa Attica 21 Villalba
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... well made and not usually busy.
Vilalba is a small town, again with lots of empty shops, and houses, plus places for rent or sale. It’s sad to see the state of the economy.
We went for a walk along the river and then through the town. Once it opened at 17:00 we visited the Museum of Prehistory and Archaeology which has ...
... getting anything to eat. Haven't seen my buddies Mike or Jeff since Ribadeo as they have a set schedule that didn't work for me, but we will end up at the same village on the 9th at Sobrado Dos Monxes. I keep in touch via email and I hope we can cross the finish line together, which would be great. Elizabeth and I have been setting a blistering pace together as I try to keep up to her. A good day ...
... an order people would not bottle! But it is the Camino and you accept it! The other day both Terry and i were soaked in sweat and smelly! I told him I can't stand my own stink! I will never critize anyone over BO! A man told me today that we are 60 or so kilometers from Santiago! It is hard to believe! Well we will see how sleeping in a monastery will be! Until ...
... best up can! Also I just remembered yesterday onour walk to Vilalba we ran out if water and it was super hot and we were thirsty! We have had a habit of asking the universe for things and also the univers also gave us little surprise like peaches apples cherry tomatoes and hazel nuts! We accepted these gifts usually when we were hungry! Well I asked the univers for water or a lace to get water and about 40 or so minutes I ...
Vilela to Mondonedo Mondonedo to Vilaba Since we left the coastline we have seen very long winding roads and trails. Very green and lush landscapes. We have gone through fields Of corn and green beans. We have seen a green leaf crop that Gallegos use in their soup. We have seen a few chapels and a few relics of the Way. All I know is that we have walked ...