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... ear infections - 1
Number of toenails about to drop off - 2
Number of tearful moments - 3
Number of joyful moments - lots
Number of pairs of knickers brought in excess of requirements - 12
Number of days wearing makeup - 0
Number of puppies nearly shipped back to England - 1
Number of near death experiences with groups of crazy Italian cyclists - 3
Number of amorous Brazilians rebuffed - 1
... called Potes. It's really gorgeous, and popular obviously because bus loads of Spanish tourists were arriving all the time on the Sunday. I managed to find a bar that was showing the GP from LeMans, it was great being amongst rabid Lorenzo fans when he beat Rossi.
Check the pictures - yes I could see snow-capped peaks from my window..now we're talking. Booked in for 3 nights and really didn't want to leave. Got out on the bikes and got up so high one day I ...
... Tennessee (she is originally from Florida and Georgia) and lived on Lookout Mountain there at one point. As a Civil War buff this gave me a good start on something to talk about, that and the lovely little center they have established at Rua Nova 19 close to the cathedral. The place looked spotless and new, wood floors, nice chairs, comfortable, attractive. They have now been running it for about two years, dividing time between Santiago and the States at first, ...
... us at the top in the parking lot! There is also a 'water-balanced' funicular to carry people up and down the high hill, built in 1882. There are water tanks under the floor of each car at the top and the bottom, that are filled or emptied until just sufficient imbalance is achieved to allow movement. The car at the top of the hill is loaded with water until it is heavier than the car at the bottom, causing it to descend the hill and pulling ...
... sights and pleasant gardens. We lined up for a tour of the cathedral to look over the tomb of Saint James and explore the history of the church with the informative audio guide. The church was started in roughly 1015 and what you see today has been extensively added on over the centuries. It was an amazing church and up their with the best cathedrals we had seen so far. Also having experienced the culture of the Camino over the last couple of weeks was probably ...