Hotel Virxe da Cerca
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... Britta carried. By 3:30, we decided to gather from the square and get Susanne settled. I took her to my albergue with its luxurious queen beds and the same kind hospitalero was working. I gathered my bag from the back deck and waited to her to get settled and Britta to arrive. We chose an outdoor cafe for dinner away from the tourist area so that we could claim these few hours for ourselves. Susanne chose to wait until the following day to get her compostela ...
... come up beside a new friend, talk a while and move on - no expectations, sometimes just a brief 'buen camino'. The walk really was an individual journey for each of us and it will be the part that is missed the most. 2. What an incredibly beautiful and varied landscape! The mountains, hills and flats were magnificent, from lush, dense forests with century old trees to orderly vineyards or farmland stretching as far as the eye ...
We walked the final 20km to Santiago! We made it! We finally found the square with the church and it was overwhelming to see it with all the people. There was a band playing for some dignitaries which really added to the moment. We found the pilgram office and only waited in line for about 15 minutes before we got our Credentials. We actually got two as we paid the extra 3 euro for one that shows distance and start and end dates walked. Our plan ...
... one bunker has been painted white and actually converted into a house!
It starts to get chilly so we go back to Ruby for the evening. We plan a run and a bike ride for the following day, and are looking forward to exploring the little island. We are disappointed to wake to rain and cloud, but decide to get on with our chores and hope for a change in the weather. There’s soon a break in the rain, so we quickly head out to run. It’s a tough, uneven 4 miles and ...
... Moen it is!! Compostela was free, I sprung for the 2E tube to make it home safely. When I popped out (you exit through the gift shop, of course!) I ran into Rolf and Isabella, and we went to dinner together. Had some amazing paella and beer, of course (those Germans!) Treated myself to an actual "hotel" tonight - near the cathedral - complete with a queen size mattress (didn't think they made those here) and a TUB (which I was too tired to use). Made ...