The Blue Ridge Parkway always provides incredible views both up close and on the horizon. Over a few short miles … Continue reading Overlooks and steep curves lead to Black Mountain and Asheville
Our morning walk included exploring the neighborhood of Chiado. We passed the Opera house (Teatro Nacional de São Carlos). In … Continue reading Exploring Lisbon’s Botanical beauty and a few museums too!
The sun shining, the temperature rising and several parks and kiosks were calling our names. Today was all about relaxing … Continue reading Segunda means Monday, Who has a case of the Segundas?
One last coffee in Santiago de Compostela and we left Spain to make Lisboa our base for the next few … Continue reading From the Caminho to the Capital City…Lisboa here we come
Leaving the monastery was quiet and we quickly began our descent on the Ruta da pedrae da agua. The babbling … Continue reading The Route of Stone and Water, then farms and a beach
It seems our greatest difficulty is leaving each location. This morning, the view from our room offered up another stunning … Continue reading Steep climb: The Spiritual Variant
As to be expected, it was a quiet Sunday morning when we left Redondela. We passed Camino tiles along the … Continue reading A pair of pilgrims ponder a Pontevedra Parador
We climbed to Vigo Alta and left the city on a very quiet Saturday morning. Our view of the river, … Continue reading Resting in Redondela with my fella
Our way out of Oía was scenic. The ocean was calm and there were no other pilgrims in our view. … Continue reading A bottle of red, a bottle of white and lots of tapas in Baiona tonight