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4 travelers at this place:

  • Day30


    September 27, 2017 in Spain ⋅ ⛅ 73 °F

    Tough walk today from Ferrol to Pontedeume. There was a fair amount of climbing during the last part of the day and absolutely beautiful views but the most difficult part for me is how depressed I get on the walk from Ferrol to Neda. There is a lot of car traffic, then walking along the military base, then the industrial area, and finally the very smelly and garbage strewn area of the bay. But for some reason it seems much more than that. It just sucks the life out of me. I had the same reaction when I did it before and this is the only route I have walked twice. Fortunately Pontedeume has the opposite effect and I had a nice place to stay and WIFI so I could write this update. I had dinner with a Chemist (Dr Christian Richard's) from the UK who has lived and worked here for 15 years and shared the history of the region. I also had a wonderful fish dinner with a huge appetizer of cheeses, salami, cured ham, and churizo. I could only eat one of the two large fish filets and the total with tax was $9!Read more

  • Day30


    September 27, 2017 in Spain ⋅ ⛅ 72 °F

    There were quite a bit of short hills today and thankfully a lot of shade. There was a very steep long hill near the end of the day but fortunately there was not any rain. The albergue actually has a washer and dryer so my clothes will be good and clean! Fortunately the albergue doesn't close until 10:00 since there is no place that offers dinner before 8pm and most are 8:30. I made a visit to the church of Santo Domingo in Betanzos and it is gorgeous inside including a sculpture of a Pilgrim above the tabernacle. I wonder who it is.Read more

You might also know this place by the following names:

Betanzos, بيتانزوس, بتانسوس, Բետանսոս, ベタンソス, Бетанзос, Бетансос, 贝坦索斯

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