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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... to be included today by the Borealis team and, based upon our experiences with them last year, we were not surprised to find an embarrassment of northern Portuguese culinary riches spread out when we stopped for lunch.
Another member of the Borealis team, a second “Pedro”, Caldo Verde had the soup hot – a northern specialty. Three different kinds of wine were ready to pour, and Pedro #2's wife, the architect ...
Wow, I survived 87.3 k, over 2:58with an average speed of 29.31 kph. Most the fast riders, and me. Had an advantage on the downhills of course, but we climbed over 3946.8 feet, decended 6125.3. Fun downhills, a bit of a stretch on safety as I hit 73.19kph. These Pinerello bikes are awesome in the corners. They run 2.5 tires, versus my skinnier 2.2 on the road bike at home. Staying at an old Monestary in the town ...
... cafe-bars on the Camino. The owner makes a shell for each Peregrino and hangs it around. He also played country western greatest hits when he found out that I am from Texas. After a pretty steep descent, I ate lunch at the beautiful village of Vilar de Barrio. All of the houses had flowers. I ate lunch in restaurant by the square and started off on the very flat part of the day. It was pretty hot. As I sat by a fountain, ...
... quite far before I found it but I was confident that even though thee was no ATM that they would be able to give me cash if I went inside. NOT SO MUCH. So, after much back and forth and phone calls, the realized at Juan at the butcher shop next door had a Smart adapter for his iPhone. He fetched me, ran my MasterCard through his phone and for 3€ Commision i now have 100€. I was a miracle...thank you Apple and thank ...
So today, we all thought that it would be an easy 35K from a Gudina to Laza. It looked like it would be very beautiful walk with great view of a big lake. The plan was to stop for lunch in Campobecerros which was 20K and then on to Laza. Not so much. Remember what I said about no flat places in Spain? The day started with a long 400 foot climb out of a Gudina. It was never flat for ...