Category Archives: Dorm life

Redondela, Rosa, and Our “Private Room”

Saturday, September 22 – Breakfast at the Hotel Arco’s café, run by Manuel’s daughter. She too tells me about her mother (Manuel’s wife) walking from Sarria to Santiago in three days. 100 km in three days. I ask, “WHY?” and … Continue reading

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The Roof Over My Head – Albergues, Hostals, and Hotels on the Camino – Part 2

July 15, 2014 If you want to start at the beginning, please read the previous post for an intro to this three-part list . . . Day 16– Burgos – (I was not feeling well in Montes de Oca so … Continue reading

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To Roncesvalles and . . .

September 2, 2013 Monday . . . the big push.  At the time, I think it will be the biggest push, but as I view the walk after the first six days, I see that I am mistaken.  But that … Continue reading

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