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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... spite of our discomfort none of us wanted to take the bus for those last few kilometres down the mountain and into the entrance to the city. If our long and weary tramping had expressed repentance then the deluge had well and truly washed us clean.I dont know how you could describe what state we were in as we rolled down that hill. 'An ethereal joy' I thought to myself, not traceable back to ordinary human emotion but you see it so clearly in people's shining eyes. MP knew it was ...
... 8216;tomato’ and remembering ‘mustaso’ from the day before (mustard for our
hamburgers!), we were in business. Actually, we recognized some species of fish
on the menu and two of us got fish sandwiches as well.
We spotted a few pilgrims en route, including one who was
obviously overcome and was being carried to a waiting car. We also saw the
trail on a few occasions.
We arrived ...
... feelings in this age old church during the mass. Seeing the botafumeiro swing was incredible. The heart feeling is hard to describe. We found our accomodation. We are at the Hospederia San Martin Pinario. This is an old convent which at one point was a hospital for pilgrims. Our room is a double room, quite small with 2 single beds, a bathroom, closet and 2 huge windows. Our view is wonderful. We r very comfortable here We checked in and went ...
... its rain and miserable weather). It has been akin to suddenly finding oneself walking in parts of England, Wales or even the southern highlands of New South Wales. Rolling green hills, and deciduous oaks, chestnuts intermingled increasingly as we came toward Santiago with a variety of eucalyptus (that have been previously imported for plantation forestry and pulp milling). The buildings are generally much better cared for and while there is still the new right alongside the ...
... Camino thankful for each day on the trail; for beautiful photos, amazing memories and a new relationship with my hilarious, wonderful, brave, resourceful sister who sustained me through the rough bits. She found us a great place to hang out for a few days and then on Tuesday we're off to London for a bit of fun before heading home. To my near and dear ones at home - your love, support and encouragement have meant more than ...