Hotel Santa Lucia
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... and no padding on our bums, we pushed our bikes into the shop and said some kind words of thanks to our reliable and hard-working transporters.
The next order of business was to collect the luggage we had sent ahead from Pamplona. We knew there was a rotating postal strike here in May, but hadn't taken the time to check-in with Ivar to see if our stuff had actually arrived in Santiago. We knew his baggage storage service closed at 2pm, so we had just ...
... then later came the most ancient religious structures, like the moon tower in Jericho or the great pyramids of Egypt. Still very ancient, but always long after the time when people had developed cereal-based cultures with shared, interdependent agricultural settlements.
In other words, the palaces came before the temples.
This certainly made sense. Homo sapiens sapiens is nothing if not an extremely adaptable, practical species. ...
... disappointed us). Unfortunately, the chapel of the stone boat was closed for reconstruction after severe storm damage. We did get to stand on the rocks that provided the final scene of the movie 'The Way' (a movie which we will consider a comedy in future since its cinematic portrayal of the camino experience was so far from our reality). It was a long drive back to Santiago and it was nearly 19.30 when the bus dropped us off in the ...
... will enjoy the excitement of the big arrival tomorrow. Santiago and the final resting place of the Apostle Saint James, is what this Camino is all about. Well for many of us anyway. :-) The Inspirational piece for today was.... "Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will" Mahatma Gandhi Thanks Margo for this one, so very true!!! I think its fair to say that walking this Camino has called for an indomitable will on some days!! ...
... Melia Reconquista Hotel. Then free time until 3.30 for a tour of the beautiful old town for 3 hours, including a cider tasting. The city is about the best in Spain that we have seen for well maintained and renovated buildings. The hotel wifi is dreadful particularly for Apple. Again Insight tours have booked single beds for everyone even though we gave our preference for double in November 2013. A nice meal in the hotel which was originally build as ...