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It was really good I really enjoyed mysel
I went to visit the museum and I'm going to a restaurant
I advise you to visit this city and this country
it y 'monument and many other things
in addition it is very hot
go there you will not regret
... most bottles - less than $3! as we approached the hotel again we heard that annoying dog barking again. WORST DOG EVER!!! The hotel bar was starting to get a bit crowded but we ordered a glass of wine and a beer and had a seat. We struck up a conversation with the table next to us... they were from Massachusetts and were celebrating the daughter's college degree... she had received a degree in Religion. ?
As Amanda and I ...
In 1917 three shepherd children claim that the Virgin Mary appeared to them. She told them to come to the same place on the 13th of the next 6 months and she would keep appearing. She also told them to keep praying always using the rosary and to build a chapel on the site of the apparition. She did appear each time and the crowd got bigger each month. On the last month there were said to be 70 000 witnesses. It is also believed that she told them 3 secrets of the ...
A great walk today, awesome, awesome, awesome.
Ouite a bit of climb, lovely country lanes, bush walking along rivers, some boggy bits and low and behold..... Some churches. One of the Camino logs instead a
church the youngest pilgrim was 49 oldest was 70 clearly a sport for the middle aged, finding time? No other Australians noted in the log. Only … 20km covered today it seemed a lot longer the bridge into Viana do Castelo seemed that long on it!s own. ...
... the Bolsa we headed out into the afternoon to obtain our passport for the camino trail. The magnificent cathedral was perched high on a hill overseeing the city and river, old as the hills it was ! A cost of 1.50euro and we had our passport stamped and ready to go. With all jobs done we headed down to the Rio Douro (river) to quench a well earned thirst. After a couple of litres of beer each we climbed back up the hill for dinner at a quaintly ...