Hotel Virxe da Cerca
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Yesterday morning we met up with Susan, whom we hadn't seen for a couple of days, at breakfast. The walk seemed long with lots of hills. We arrived in Santiago about 2 pm and walked about an hour before seeing the spires of the Cathedral Santiago de Compostela. We checked into our rooms at an old monastery adjacent to the cathedral before walking through the arch into the Praza de Obradoiro. There we were greeted by ...
... but he never came. He said he wanted me to get a good night's sleep without all of his coughing. What a guy!
The next morning I was ready for Santiago. We had less than 3 miles to go!
As we walked into Santiago the Cathedral surprised us. There are so many buildings so close by that it gets hidden. Then suddenly there it is, looking weathered and dark and covered up in parts by scaffolding . The weather was with us with some ...
... of people running or walking along it. The city was pretty, and very similar to Oviedo. By the time we arrived back in Oviedo, we were all exhausted. Carmen warned us early on that traveling every weekend wears you out, and you'll get really exhausted. This was my 4th weekend traveling, so I think it was getting to me. However, it's great to see so many places and I love driving through the mountains. I'll definitely miss them when I go back.
... in Ireland, and only one of them distils it to around the percentage that it was traditionally recognised at.) The paella was nothing compared to the earlier samples, and I didn't really realise that mine would still have heads and tails and eyeballs, so I couldn't eat it. Except for the rice. We headed next for Smöoy, because the night wouldn't be complete without some natural yoghurt in a pot, and we also bumped into our Mexican friends for a few moments along the ...
... with stupid grins on their faces! Well, it made for some interesting "people watching". :- can't let him get away with this! Thee certainly seemed to be a uniform but the aforementioned silly grins were, I'm sure, related to the sense of achievement of completing even a small part of one of the various Caminos.
We camped on the outskirts of this enormous, sprawling modern ...