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Travel Blogs from Santiago de Compostela
... lot! Apparently Santiago broke a record in January for raining 30 days out of 31! It's a good job I came prepared with my waterproof, umbrella and walking boots. We set off on our way to the Old Town and stopped in a park on a hill to look at the view of the city below. Unfortunately one of the cathedral's towers was covered in scaffolding, but never mind. It's still very impressive. Santiago's Old Town is bigger than Oviedo's. It's ...
... in the sun on blissfully green dry grass just over the stone fence. 'Hola's!' were exchanged and they immediately invited us to join them, at which point John flippantly said 'only if you have wine' which of course any well prepared Spaniard does!! We were immediately clambering over stone walls and emptying packs of hoarded nuts, crackers, cheese chocolate etc to add to the repast. We were very temporarily halted in our enthusiasm when the issue of drinking vessels was ...
... and it is swung by a pulley with the help of 8 priests. It swings on the pulley over the crowd of people reaching speeds of 50 mph. They originally started this at every mass because with the pilgrimage and the homeless sleeping here, the church started to smell. It was amazing to see how fast it was going, and it almost reached the top of the church. That afternoon, we toured the top of the Cathedral, and walked on the roof. There really ...
... stunningly beautiful cathedral.
We did a day-trip into the fabled city to see the cathedral and go to the market for pulpo, reportedly the best in Spain! (the Galicians swear no one can prepare delicious pulpo like Galicians, and, after trying it, we concur!)
One can't help but be moved by the sight of tired but ecstatic ...
... caught the ferry back to Cagnes.
Unfortunately we found that the neighbours had hit the front of the car just in
front of the driver’s door; Rozanas parents had already had them complete the
Once sorted we drove to Combarro a small
seaside village known for Orreo’, very old stone rooms raised off the ground
for the storage of food, it’s old quarter and witches.
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