Enoturismo Lagar de Costa
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... grocery bag to wear between it and myself on my walk. Not attractive, but effective!
You may think my blog title is about me and my journey. Nope. Wanted to share a story of the place I am staying tonight. So, today was a beautiful day. Really foggy in the morning, which gave way to beautiful blue sky and fluffy white clouds. Was on my way, feeling good (even after yesterday's ascent). I passed by a place with a sign for lunch. I started at 7, and it was 11, so a ...
... Then IT began. The "HILL" (aka mountain to us Midwestern folk). Hill - really??
In the beginning, every time the arrow pointed up again, I said, "really"?? Then, you'd turn another corner, thinking it was over, and then there it was - another arrow straight up. Better yet, the trail ended and now it was just large rocks and boulders with yellow arrows painted on them, pointing up.
My "really" became grunts in time with with each step - ...
... a million people that come to this little town. I'll definitely have to come back some year for that! (Any joiners??) Rest of day was spent walking around and taking photos, and riding the tourist trolley (where they didn't speak English, so just a nice ride ;) at one point I noticed all of the shop owners and others gathering outside a church in the center of town. When I asked what was happening, someone said "the bride is coming", and sure enough she rode up in an antique ...
... ride to give me a kiss on the cheek towards the end (I must have looked tired!?). I took a selfie with him - his first!! This Auberge was great. 5 euro (as most are) and a million dollar view. Ended up by my friends from Tamal (and a new add - Bruno from Portugal) - we enjoyed our $7 pilgrim special dinner (huge soup, huge entree, carafe of wine, salad, dessert and coffee!!). Love it. So many great people at Auberge. Seems many places have a ...
We attempted to leave Baiona - got out of the bay and headed for the open sea where the wind picked up significantly and was blowing up to F6 on the nose. So we decided we didn't want to endure that for up to 8 hours so we turned back and anchored by the marina. Thereafter we just relaxed and baked in the heat.
The following day the wind was still on the nose ...