La Casa Verde
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... br> Interestingly, we went through some suburbs of a small town where there was no one in the hundreds of houses and units. Seems like there are plenty of places like that across Spain where the developers went broke and there were no buyers. A bit creepy.
Made it into Santo Domingo about 1.30 which was a bonus. Finally able to shower, clean our clothes and hang them out in the sun. We now have enough clean clothes to see ...
... to see if they dry out a bit more in the warmth of the room tonight. Well I hope the room gets warm because the temp has dropped quite dramatically.
Finally found a place open that serves "Menu del Dia" and had Macaroni with Sausage followed by grilled Chicken and Chips with Tiramisu desert, all washed down with a very drinkable Rioja Vino Tinto produced locally, all for the princely sum of €12.00
... entry to the monastery and thereafter devoted his life to helping others. Built a bridge over the river for the pilgrims and a hospital for them too. Our son Dominic has just finished helping us by....building a chicken house. Strange things happen. He has also built a duck house for a friend. Not that he is a saint but still, it's an interesting synchronicity. To cap off the night, mariachis came marching down the street about 10.30pm, playing trumpets mostly. Memories of Mexico for ...
The last two days have been relatively short and flat walks which has allowed my feet to finally get a little better. My hope is this is a good trend and will make the data little less painful. Outside of the foot pain, all is good and each sunrise and hill crest brings new beauty and wonder...I have been traveling with a small group of new friends and we've developed a pretty good traveling pattern. Up and out by 5:15...walk to the next town to have cafe con leche ...
... onto my hat, and the rain sprinkled down on us. At last we arrived in Los Arcos. We had dinner on an outside terrace beside the church, sharing 3 different types of paella and 2 pizzas with sangria (Yes, pilgrims are hungry people). Afterwards, we walked to a bakery to get snacks and pastries for later. Then we went to mass and received a special pilgrim blessing. It's now 9 pm and bedtime! We adore You, O Christ, and we praise You. Because by your holy Cross You have redeemed the world. ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed