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Today we moved to the Thistle Marble Arch hotel, very nice indeed! Ker was with us and tried to get us to leave her here and go to her hotel instead. Anyhoo, we took her to her hotel..... This morning we went to the British Library. There is free entry to the "Treasures of the Library" which included original handwritten Beatles lyrics, music by many of the great ...
... guides was written to help pilgrims along their journey, and it is said half a million pilgrims a year journeyed to Santiago in the middle ages.
Today, thousands of pilgrims travel the Camino de Santiago, and in a few days, two more will hit the trail. We collect our bikes in Pamplona on May 5 to begin our 700km journey.
Interesting to note (2014 statistics):
- 240,000 pilgrims from 140 ...
... again as a backpacker, money to see runway shows shouldn't be on my priority. I'm sitting outside right now on the steps of the hotel. In the rain.... They really do have ****** weather. But I'll trade the rain and 10 degrees anyway for the negative 40 and wet freezing feet everyday! It's off to bed, time for a shower in a communal shower.... Some ear plugs and a good night sleep. As I sit out here alone, I see the beautiful city and half to think twice about how comfortable I feel. ...
... that had landed at the same time as it was chaos trying to get our bags. People were scrambling over each other to get to their bags and as the bags went round on the belts we could not see if our they were on or not. We had to wait over 1 hour to get our bags as apparently each and every one of them gets sniffed by sniffer dogs. We then made our way through customs and out onto Mexican soil. Once outside we could feel the humidity straightaway, it must have rained just before ...
... with description boards along the way, describing the history of the area. Art by local artists also line the route. This area of Lincolnshire is known as "The Fens". An area of reclaimed land similar to the Netherlands, used for agriculture. Thus it makes for very flat cycling. The side wind was very strong and caught Hannah off guard at one point-pushing her off her bike. She wasn't too badly hurt fortunately. That night we found a discrete spot for our tent in one ...