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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Awoke in beautiful Galicia to peeing down Rain. Walked first few K on a strange Red path besides the main road. Then ah to the woods , eucalyptus trees, vine groves. babbling brooks and bloody rain. We are finding many bars and hostels now closed and few pilgrims to moan too, but even in the rain the scenery is breathtakingly beautiful. We meander along the Louro river and eventually reach Hotel Parque, there may had been a park 60 years back now a run down ghetto but bed and bath ...
Wonderful Day after a huge breakfast and saying goodbye to the lovely Anna we hit the road. We soon met up with Susanna, Rita,Vaiya and Marcus who we met earlier and had a good old sing song along the Camino. Time flew by as we walked along woodland paths with fabulous scenery and we ...
... run down, stained carpets, musty smell, peeling paint. I think I am the only person staying there. But, it has a huge bath, thick towels (must have been shopping in Valenca), and great pillows. What more can a pilgrim traveller want? I decide it is time to do some laundry - something that by the smell of things I have put off for too long considering my limited wardrobe. So, like my Gran used to do with her heavy washing, I pile everything in the bath, loads of liquid ...
... Off we went to find it shut, so was next one and the next, by this time She looks like a zombie - finally arrive at a cafe Jim ordered coffee and a Taxi as only about 6k from a town. nearly 2 hours later Taxi arrived Driver had written off his taxi and had to get another - I held on for dear life to hotel, now 5pm. Found a chemist dosed her up and now in beautiful room overlooking the ...
... waters, wore woolen clothes that protected them from the cold in spite of the wet. Shepherds made capes out of straw using simple stitches.
I am ashamed to admit that I learned things about linen I had no clue about. I have always loved linen but never gave its origin a second thought. I had no idea that linen is made from the flax plant. Very interesting indeed.