Sercotel Pazo Do Rio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... one from the communal umbrella bin. It was cathedral time! The hostel staff told me the long way to get there, and when that didn't feel right to me, I just followed my own instinct and arrived in a mere 10 minutes.
Sadly, about 50% of the cathedral exterior was undergoing construction, but I was impressed that they draped the front of the cathedral with a real-life, photo-on-cloth mural, showing you exactly what it's supposed to look like.
... At the beginning of Mass, a priest announced the pilgrims' starting points and countries of origin. We listened carefully and heard "Estados Unidos." As we left we were struck by the immense crowds. Arriving early, to Santiago and to Mass, insulated us a bit until we realized that people were lined up outside the church to get in as the packed congregation was leaving. We found a great cafe for lunch and some different foods: lasagna, a burger and a couple egg and ...
... day cooking for himself and sitting and looking at the chair across from him and she wasn't there.. One day his friend said change seats... He alsways thought it would,have been easier for him to die than for her. For his kids. He was one vulnerable sensitive human being. He was doing the camino from the border of Portugal to Samtiago that she spoke of doing... He was wearing her north face jacket... We walked for hours together till we arrived ...
... after all these days with no problems my feet are really starting to ache. Very reminiscent of last year on the Portuguese. Not sure how far to Santiago. Way markers suggest 17.5K whilst book suggests 20Km. Will probably leave around 6am so as to arrive for pilgrim mass at ...
Day four started with the early rain and this persisted till well after lunch- by rain it was actually a light mist which was not too bad to walk in and actually we enjoyed it. The countryside was mainly through woody forest areas and gum forest areas at that so why did we come all this way to walk in Ecualypt forests? The break from forests was to come into small villages and again walk past ...