Sercotel Jorge I
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What an awesome night! Girls arrived and were surprised we were here... Talked a bit with the other pilgrims and then had dinner. Dinner began at 7;00 and we were still sitting talking, telling stories until after 10:00! This time here has been really amazing! I am especially happy the girls were here to have this experience. Tomorrow we walk, Buen ...
... the road several times. Some areas you cannot walk without stepping in cow pies. You have to get used to the smell as well! That was one reason Stew did not want to stay in
... It really smelled terrible and the alb had no kitchen (although we have heard many in Galicia do not have kitchens). Stew and I ended up at a great place in the ...
... it had a few wicked climbs that while short, made us get our breath back at the top. It was still hard work as we were around 1200-1300 metres most of the day.
We stopped at a very modern albergue at Fonfria which while empty when we arrived now looks full. Unfortunately many of the folk talk loudly before they think.A room with 3 beds was available when we checked in so for 5 euros extra each we took ...
... for a pet. They have a daily captive audience and will sometimes walk with you out of town if you pet them and they are not to shy to sit just away from the bar in the hope of a scrap yet there are no fights, it's just as if they each take a turn.
Everything here is simply ancient and used, reused, remodelled, but nothing wasted. The old stone buildings just gets repaired and equipment is fixed and kept going, not tossed out. As you wander ...
... of the buildings- most have been restored. It seem the fire was caused by an explosion in the distillery- which may explain why the liqueur Benedictine increased in price.
4. As you might expect in a building of such history church art and documents abound. Of note are the two massive statues sited one on either side of the huge sanctuary where daily mass is offered of two famous kings Father and son who along with the warrior St. James are credited with defeating the Moors or ...