Puerta de San Pedro
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... and that fired us up to complete the last 7 kms.
Just near our albergue, we came across Amanda and Juan, she's Cuban and he's Spanish and we've seen them numerous times over the last month. They came into the cafe and had lunch and we had a drink with them and caught up with what they had been doing. They will get into Santiago a day or two earlier than us but we plan to catch up in Barcelona as well as they have a week there before flying home to the US.
... last bit to get it. They just have to work hard at getting their credential stamped as it it required to have so many but they need to show having walked through the various places. But we're expecting to see the traffic jams on the track from tomorrow.
Two options to take today. Up the bitumen - NOOOOOOOOOOO! Or take on a small mountain - which one to you think I took? Yes, the mountain of course AND it's a little shorter just requires a ...
... in Samos is the monastery. It is the Abby of San Julian de Samos. Took a tour for 3€. The monk gave the tour in Spanish. He seemed to be quite a comedian because the Spaniards kept laughing. This is a huge Abby. There was a fire in 1952. It was restored after that We are staying at Alberque Val de Samos. We both took bottom bunks. Clean, good shower and bathroom . We met a mother daughter pair from Australia - Julia and Zoe. We have 3 stamps for our credential ...
... I handed over my senior's and Medicare cards plus passport of course. No problems; treatment at the hospital in Spain is free. On the other hand, the doctor I was assigned to had no English or German, so we had to call the desk clerk to interpret. Another doctor rushed in and painted my grazes with a brown liquid that turned out to be an adhesive. Meanwhile a ...
... are delicious. We hang out at the bar until it's time for dinner. Dinner was held in a round hut (kinda looked like a large yurt) that sits behind the albergue just down the hill. The pilgrim menu this evening consisted of all you can eat bread and all you can drink wine. First course: vegetable soup (which we didn't care for but Gabe loved). Second course: roast with rice and red peppers (which we loved but Gabe didn't care for). Third course: sweet bread/cake (everyone ...
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