Hotel Os Carballos
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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After yesterday's post we had a wonderful dinner in in the plaza mayor, which was mildly interrupted by the deluge of rain we had expected during the day, but we're blessed to miss! Ended the evening with a wonderful rainbow which the picture does no justice to the natural beauty Slept well, listening all night to James Taylor in order to avoid the requisite undiagnosed sleep ...
... for a few hours. Santiago is really beautiful and hard to capture in words. It is incredibly clean and you can tell the locals take pride in their city, atho you can't find a trash bin to save your life. The streets are narrow and wind every which way. It's easy to get frustrated and lost, but I really liked that. Let's call it an adventure! Outside of the main cathedral area, Santiago is a ghost town with few people around, but I also wonder if it was because of ...
... than the path because even though everything had been treated it was still a little tender going on the feet. We needn't had worried as the camino crisscrosses the road and we kept bumping into the same people including my new Korean friends. We also met up with the school parties from yesterday who were a lot quieter and spoke to us in various groups regarding how far we'd walked, where we were from, where we'd stayed etc etc. they were very polite and pleasant and you can ...
Not a bad nights sleep despite an idiots phone going off at 2.30am!! Then of course he relapsed into snoring!! Set off at 7am and had breakfast in town by 7.30. Slight rain but after 1 hour turned into a really miserable continuous heavy drizzle. Stopped twice because of rain. Getting wetter and wetter. Poncho works but not total protection. Arrived hotel. By taxi mainly because in bar at Airexe and heard this Aussie lady booking one. She and husband ...
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Today finished with one of the best experiences on the Camino. Because this Albergue is isolated our hosts cook our dinner. What a dinner. Not only was the food delicious and Jen and I the only vegetarians we were all well catered for. Plenty of food and delicious. When we were getting coffees the host brought out a bowl (must have a special name) and began to make up this drink. Yes alcohol loaded no doubt but the alcohol, whatever it was was warmed, he ...