- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
- Non-smoking rooms
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... I would like to know whose idea it was to have solar panels fitted and an EPC assessment done on the day before we go on holiday! Never mind, having my sons wedding to attend two days after we get back and have all the excitement of a daughter getting engaged two days before we left! I am tired just thinking about it all. We begin our Portuguese Camino tomorrow with a little trepidation because we haven't prepared very well for it this time. Hardly any ...
... was no such thing as time. I was empty and spent, yet full at the same time. It was like there were no thoughts in my head, which is very unusual, but it was ok. I'd made it. 450kms of walking, 200kms on a bus and another 100 via taxis, rides with barmaids, French families and drunken locals, I had made it. After I don't know how long, I hobbled up and around the church, not as interested as I would normally be in the details of the amazing building, I just felt the space, and I ...
... struggle about pushing for Santiago today (or not), we actually didn't have a good idea of how far away Santiago was. We knew it would likely be one of our longest cycle days ... maybe about 55kms. After we had soaked in as much of whatever it was that made the Albergue so intensely satisfying for us, we hit the road ... still not sure if the day's motto would be, "Santiago or Bust".
After a two hour ride we came across the 50 km waymarker. It was ...
It was a beautiful day for walking - overcast and raining with a breeze, so I walked for about 8.5 hours, my longest day yet. It was also a good day for contemplation. As I strapped my pack to my back I started to think about burdens, especially the burden of the pack that I have chosen to carry on a daily basis. I am fastidious about what constitutes my burden, making sure that all the elements are there, because I consider these ...
... in white dresses throwing flower petals on the hydrangea strewn road. They were followed by a band of bagpipes and drums. Followed by a procession of six holding a banner covering over a priest. Followed by family and friends all dressed to the nines. This was all coupled with daytime fireworks! Eventually, the bus came. We rode a little over two hours back to ...