Talaso Hotel Louxo La Toja
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After a rest day (two nights) and some festive gatherings with several groups of our "Camino Families" we took a bus from Santiago to Finistere (about three hours). Most Pilgrims, who have the time, make this trip. In Roman times Finistere was known as "The end of the world". The small Galacian fishing/tourist town retains this title. We spent the day walking around (I know...like we need to do more walking), had lunch and followed that with a nice nap in our ...
... at San Xulian and likewise them us. We attended mass in the cathedral where the big 'Botafumeiro' was swung from ropes high up in the cathedral roof, a rare sight given that it only happens a few times a year and our finish coincided with the feast of St James. A candle lit to my grandfather and a visit to the Knights Templar tomb and like my grandfather, it was time for ...
... humble putting their heads down but the cheer continued as they made their way back out into the street. That's kind of how I'd conclude today. We were all out here alone, with partners, family, or friends. All walking for whatever reason. But at the end, there was this group of people who had one thing in common. Walking the Camino. And standing in that line it felt like we were all cheering for each other. ...
... to function before the sun comes up! On the walk to the hostel not a single coffee shop was found, which is something that would have come in handy. The girls of the group stayed in a different hostel on this trip that was very close to the train station. Nolan and I, the only two guys stayed at a backpackers hostel on the complete other side of the town (a 35 minute walk). Over the course of the weekend, Nolan and I counted that we made this trek 11 times (more than ...
... first pilgrim, King Alfonso, took to Santiago. And it’s a total ***** of a route. Less albergues and less rest stops. But the benefit – the almighty, astonishing views and the sheer pleasure of quiet walks in the forests.
I had two lovely days in Oviedo and met up with the boys again. There was a week-long feast of San Mateo which the Oviedans evidently feel is best celebrated with mojitos…and who were we to disagree?
Not long after we ...