Motel Les Pins
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- Swimming pool
- Swimming pool
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... Carmen welcomed us to the pension, La Carballinesa, and all four of us crashed for 2-hour naps. After we did a little browsing at the shops, saw some pilgrim friends, including Susannah and Analea, who we hadn't seen in weeks. Dinner was a delight at a tucked away cafe for wine and tapas. The building itself must have had a story with glass covered holes of the underground beneath many of the tables. We had warm drinks after dinner in the windy evening. Then to bed about ...
... their way in. I saw little old nuns trying to find a seat and people wouldn't even move their bags. I got so angry with it all that I got up and left just as it was starting. I would rather sit outside on the steps and worship alone. I think this is one of the reasons why the next generation is leaving the church. I overheard some 20-somethings expressing the same feelings sitting outside the cathedral. I had run into ...
... some shoppingJ. Calvi has many boutiques and the clothes are beautiful, some are funky, all very unique. I wished we had similar stores in Canada. Wishful thinking.
After spending some time – and money-we went back to the hotel, where we enjoyed the rest of the afternoon by the pool but not without our books.
Late evening-Went to ...
Sign says Desayunos (breakfast) at 6:30. 6:30ish is fine. Thought we might miss brekky no!!! But all good. Took some sorting to find the way out of town but about 10kms of today was through enchanted forest interspersed with the smells and sights of eucalypts. Loving them and they're freaking Tassie blue gums! Can dislike them again when I get home among more beautiful eucalypts. Much of today's walk was down old walled roads - they could sure ...
Another gorgeous day in Spain as we headed out on a mostly flat ride (or so the book says) to Santiago de Compostella. In reality we all felt this was a very challenging day with tough hills that just kept on coming. Mark's back was giving him grief so we caught a ride with the support vehicle for the last 20 km to town. What ...