Transito dos Gramaticos Hotel
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... had no idea. Except you were wrong on the bikini. I need to go and buy one. 35 degrees today and Yvonna and I will hire a car and drive to Finistere and Muxia to jump off the cliff into the ocean as the final ritual instead of walking it. I feel at this stage I do not need to walk any further. My aim was always Santiago and I am thrilled this has been achieved. It is 10 am and I am still in bed enjoying the feet up, listening to some guy playing the ...
... heading down to Barcelona for our flights home.
Priority is clothing as we have only PJ's which are fine to wear while hiking as that's what all pilgrims do when the clothes get an opportunity to be cleaned. Extra clothes equal extra weight - not happening! Then reload our SIM cards for iPads and phones. A few odds and sods and we're set for take off.
I saw a music shop today that looked full of stuff for Miss Niamh. Checked - yes they ...
... our certificates. We wandered around the Cathederal afterwards & had a glass of wine. The town was teaming with pilgrims & souvenir shops. We found our hotel & freshened up, them headed out for a drink with some fellow pilgrims. We later had a paella for dinner before crashing into bed. Santiago de Compestelo is very old & was the original santiago before ...
... one of his languages was NOT English. When he came to me he was very polite, and asked if I spoke Spanish? nope. French? not so much. Italian? wish I did. German? neit. Latin? oh come on - really?
Once he and I established that I spoke Solamente Ingles (only English), he announced in a very loud voice to everyone else while pointing towards me, "Esta senora no habla Espanol, no habla Italiano, no habla Frances, no habla ...
... Well, unbeknown to us, Herb and Judy undertook a tour of the
roof of the cathedral and were clinging to the tiles when the storm broke out!
They arrived back at Hostal Alfonso absolutely drenched but elated!
In the meantime, the owners came home and we sat down in
their little inside courtyard for a long chat and a bottle of local wine. They
recommended a nearby restaurant Don Quichote and wrote down the dishes ...