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... as much as my sister Chryle. What a rock she was and is! a good sport .. a suffering soul.. and not once did we say to one another that we could not do this. These days will forever be a part of me. Today our walk continued through the hills with more beautiful sights. .. we entered the square where the famous Santiago cathedral stands... holding hands as sisters who had just completed a lifetime achievement. We cried... we sought ...
... come to refer to this vehicular discrimination as “racism” against campervan kind e.g. when approaching a carpark with a 1.8m barrier and a ‘no campervans’ sign, we will say, “This carpark is racist.”
It’s a delightful drive today and we arrive at our aire in Biarritz to another pleasant surprise – it’s free and so is the drinking water. We are chuffed and discuss showering and refilling before we leave to make the most of ...
... smaller as you go in).
It was then I noticed the skylight window in the ceiling on the short end of the room. In an effort to not panic with claustrophobia, I ran (ok, moved 1 step) to open it. What an amazing surprise. My miniature little room had a 5 star view that looked over the square, and the church bells were just next door and were magnificent to listen to. The best part is, I could just ...
The forecast was right! This was one long hard day. We battled rain (at times torrential), wind and traffic all day long. The profile was supposed to be a slight downhill slope all the way to Santiago with the exception of one major climb on the outskirts of Santiago. Well, that's not the case by road. GP noted that we would be doing 6 river crossings ... great .... that means 6 river valleys ... down into the valley, up out of the valley! I think we ...
... The buildings around the old square are crumbling and scaffolding is in place for restoration work on the cathedral. The town is now famous as the destination of pilgrimage walk, traced back to the 12th century, made by thousands from all over the world each year. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Santiago_d e_Compostela We stray behind to explore more of the town on our own, have a meal and wine, in an outdoor cafe, then a 20 minute walk back to our ...