Sercotel Pazo Do Rio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... We found out the final piecesof the puzzle - that they are a status symbol. If your Horreros is big you are likely rich because you have more land and therefore produce more that needs to be stored over winter and visa versa. We were told that the corn stored in them is only used for animal feed and that the Horreros protects the stored goods from humidity and rats and mice. The largest Horreros, the one visited was owned by ...
... had a wonderful first few hours the terrain and woodland was lovely and a joy to walk through however we knew that the next section would in some ways be the worst of our trip. We had to walk through an industrial area called Porrino for about 10k around 2hrs. Noise, smells and horrible buildings and lots of lorries. After this I started to flag, we began an on and off slog up hill by the time we reached Mos - a small village - we had had enough for one day having walked ...
... a steep uphill walk into another shady forest, then a long haul downhill over another stream and an even steeper uphill into Villamaior. Following the pilgrim track we walked another 2.5 kms to reach Camping San Marcos cafe where we again stopped for a delicious coffee & cake.
I know it is the journey & not the destination that counts, but it has been such a VERY long walk, & we ...
... English Robins! We walked 15 km. And felt tired..the day after day walking is different on my body..harder. We arrived in Azura..found our pre booked hotel..showered and washed clothes...in the shower. Once again, we have the Laundry Room look! We sat out for a beer.. And there came our English gentleman! Bought our beer..had a great talk. Had delicious supper..booked our hotel for tomorrow night. It's 19km walk tomorrow..long day. In bed early! ...
... 3 on my first visit, but I did not complete this step, as the Apostle "told" me to complete my trip and come back.
It was finally time for the Apostle and I to have a chat.
I started my day walking around the Cathedral and trying to see all the areas I did not see last night. The line to see the Apostle was very long, so I waited for it to die down a bit. Finally, the line was only about 15 minutes long, so I ...