Araguaney Gran Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Santiago in sight We're ready for the final assault in the rain , and follow the path in the forest, fragrant again with dampness and eucalyptusy smell . Not many people to shout Buena Camino to today . And action replay at the final stone to mark the distance, more pics, this time in rain . The going starts getting tough due to rain and fatigue …
Number of miles walked - 457
Number of steps per day (average) - 24,130
Number of extra calories burnt per day (average) - 1138
Number of extra calories in a Pilgrim Supper - 1140
Number of lb lost - 7
Number of different beds slept in - 33
Number of bunks actually slept in - 0
Number of Paradores actually slept in - 0
Number of Compeed plasters - 87
Number of broken teeth - 1
I've had to check my last entry to recall what I last wroted about! It's just been a week since my last post and so much seems to have occurred.
I left Blbao last Sa***************ed for the Picos. The drive was stunning and the scenery kept getting better around every corner - and there were quit a few - I've definitely got my Camper-van drivers hairpin-cornering badge by now.
Found a site called La Viorna just outside a town right on the edge of ...
... whether it be from God, a family member, friend, or colleague?” and “Coming off your Camino experience, do you have feelings of superiority over those who stayed behind? If so, how can you work to stay humble and grateful?” Great stuff, challenging, important questions for anyone who has returned from a long journey, especially such a pilgrimage.
It turns out that this young couple who started Pilgrim House, are most recently ...
Today was a bus ride north over the Spanish border with one last Portuguese stop at Braga, an ancient city sometimes known as the 'Rome of Portugal', for its concentration of religious architecture. Braga's ties to Christianity go back to the 3rd century.
Before reaching the city we stopped at the Bom Jesus Sanctuary, high up in the hills, where pilgrims climb up the 577 steps on their knees. Fortunately our ...