- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Banquet room
- Swimming pool
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... use out of the compact cities as you pass through, To carry buildings and streets with you afterward wherever you go, To gather the minds of men out of their brains as you encounter them, to gather the love out of their hearts, To take your lovers on the road with you, for all that you leave them behind you, To know the universe itself as a road, as many roads, as roads for traveling souls. All parts away for the progress of souls, All religion, all solid things, arts, ...
... his hopelessly inadequate kit (this time he actually took advice!). We arrive in good time at La Calleja in Castaneda, a lovely quiet Casa Rural which is beautifully decorated and a welcome haven for the night.
Statto's Corner :-
22.5kms today, 560m down to 350m. Castaneda is the place where mediaeval pilgrims would deposit the limestone rocks which they carried 90kms from Triacastela to be fired for the lime used in the building of ...
Monday June 1 Santiago
We are cosy in our temporary room in Santiago, it is a great place, could have easily have stayed here till we leave for Madrid, but we have already booked another apartment....bummer!!
Today we had a beaut time orientating ourselves with the city, the cathedral is amazing, so huge you would have to see it for yourself to understand how great it really is!!
We can easily spend a full day just wandering around it, then ...
... in the shade against an old building across the plaza, took our shoes off, and just sat there for about an hour realizing what we had just done. I have a rather vacant feeling about this at the moment. We are standing in a long line (almost an hour now) at the "Officina de Peregrino" where we will be interviewed before receiving our "Compestela". I understand the official organization works hard to uncover fraudulent claims of the distance ...
... in cafes, we decided to create our own evening meal from supermarket supplies again - pasta, vegetables, mushrooms and fruit yoghurt. We went to bed at 9pm just as a cyclist arrived. He emptied his panniers all over his bed, changed, packed a backpack and went out. When Val went to the loo at 23.30 he was sitting in bed, in the dark, using his ipad! Three or four other people were also using ipads and iphones in the dark, seemingly unaware ...