Hotel Os Carballos
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... guy arrived at 3:00, we signed two documents, got the keys and car title and then spent a few minutes looking around the brand new "Duster", a Daicia mini SUV, making sure we knew how to work the gear shift, adjust the side and rear view mirrors, open the gas tank, set up the GPS and identified where the spare tire and emergency safety equipment was located. By 3:20 we were at a nearby gas station filling the tank and then on ...
Sunday 31 May
O''Pedrouza to Santiago. Can't believe it!!! We have nearly reached our destination!!! Our walk this morning was through a eucalyptus forest through San Anton down into the rio Amenal valley over rio Xeimar and under a highway tunnel. We stopped at the cafe for brekky then onto more woodland track around the perimeter of Santiago airport, then passing through San Paio, a small ...
... I spent a peaceful, comfortable evening. I am tempted to blame the new pilgrims for my malaise as during the past month I have not heard of any other pilgrims taking ill.Maybe I am being too harsh and may have caught it from any one of a hundred locals.
The Palace of the Visigoth Kings was almost a compulsory stop for past pilgrims and today sees most of the town engaged directly or indirectly in the dairy business.
By the time ...
Portomarin to Palas de Rei Phew, what a wet day! Fifteen miles in pouring rain, some of it really heavy, has led me to Palas de Rei which is now only three days away from Santiago de Compostela, which I hope to reach on Tuesday afternoon. Most albergues have good washing and laundry facilities which are much needed today as I get out of soaking clothes ...
I am sitting outside this ancient Roman church called The Church of El Salvador located in Vilar de Donas to write this blog. I stay because it is a very special place with its own energy. This church is primarily of the 12th Century but its origins go back to the 10th C when it was a nunnery. In the 13th C it was taken over by the Knights of St. James, whose purpose was to protect the pilgrims ...