It was easy to find my way back to the bus station as it is such a small town. Santiago de Compostela is not far so you can take any bus. In fact, most pilgrims walking, will do the leg from Padron to Santiago in just one day. Our tour included an overnight stay in Teo. Finding some of the hotels off the main road, the AC241 is the trickier part of the tour, you are given a landmark and you call the hotel from there. It actually does not matter where you call from as everything is pretty close and as I stepped off the bus I found a bar and called the Pazo de Adran Hotel who sent a cab pronto. As luck would have it some Brits who had started in Biona and that we kept running into on the Camino were also staying here, so I spent a very pleasant afternoon drinking and socializing by the pool. We met up again for dinner and a great time was had by all. I did not bother with many photographs as there were no real attractions. Although we had a nice time I think we all felt it would have been better to have made it to Santiago de Compostela.
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