Monthly Archives: May 2014

Strange adventure at Casa da Agua

Breakfast was very good in the dining room with fresh juice and good jams.  We saw our Ohio friends and Manfred in the lobby getting ready to go.  When we got back down there, it appeared that they had already … Continue reading

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18 Miles to Arzua in the Rain

The main dining room had a spread that consisted of toast and jam and the rest was rather nondescript.  There were no whole pieces of fruit to take with us, so we would have to make due with what we had.  … Continue reading

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Up to Sierra Ligonde and down to Palas de Rei

We had breakfast fairly early in the bar downstairs, and I was grateful for the two large cups of coffee that the girl from the hotel served me.  It appeared to have rained during the night, an event that a … Continue reading

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Sarria to Portomarin

Breakfast did not disappoint.  The buffet was enormous with lots of fresh fruit, cereals, eggs, meat and cheeses of all kinds, and of course, the omni-present toast!  While at the table, we saw the American couple come into the cafeteria.  … Continue reading

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Wrong turn but a great walk to Sarria

Breakfast was served in the bar at the front of Casa David.  We ate at a small counter at the side since all the tables were occupied.  Our Swiss pilgrim was also up ahead of us as usual and finishing … Continue reading

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Down to Triacastela

Outside, the town was bustling early.  There were several tour buses with engines idling for their tourists to finish final packing, get pictures taken, and board up.  We thought we were getting an early start, but there were several pilgrims … Continue reading

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Up, Up, Up to O’Cebriero

In the hotel dining room, we met some fellow pilgrims from Mexico whom we saw from time to time on the Camino.  We got an early start.  Neither Greg nor I had slept well, largely due to Greg’s cold issues.  He … Continue reading

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