Hostal Anosa Casa
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... they supposedly will do it for you at the end of the Pilgrim’s Mass on a non-special day. I chose to pass on that opportunity.
There is a very interesting small Museum of Pilgrimage here that highlights both the purpose of religious pilgrimage for everyone, and the unique qualities of the Santiago de Compostela experience. They have a great map showing the many places of pilgrimage worldwide (on every continent save Antarctica and Australia) and the ...
We were now officially on the pilgrimage road leading to the
final destination, Santiago del Compostelo. At breakfast Herb and Judy spoke to
two pilgrims from San Diego who actually walked from Paris, France! He is 70
years old and his wife a little younger. Apparently they walk about 20 miles a
day. The movie "The Way' is based on this Camino de Santiago. Shells mark the
... so km pilgrimage. It was fascinating and thrilling to watch this huge incense burner being swung all around the church. This does not happen every day, only on special occasions, so it was extra special for it to occur on our visit. We had a few wines with Alberto & Pietro before heading out to dinner. Sue had booked a special restaurant for my birthday and hoping to find the place full we were the only starters and it was 9.30. Another few groups did eventually arrive. ...
... it has been difficult to get it out of your nose and one figures that for the locals it is a good thing that we can all learn to accommodate noises, sights and smells in our daily lives that can't be changed regardless of how unpleasant they are; perhaps to our detriment at times when thought of in a broader global context?! By this stage in my walk there was a core groups of about 20 who have been more or less moving at the same pace, meeting up in Albergues or the town bar ...
... to me
I think I’ll twitter the Holy See
Thirty one days of walking to meet his dear Clare
With biscuits and water mainly his fare
He stubbornly walked on to complete the Camino
The reward at the end was a glass of good vino
He claims to have slept with many women along the way
I wonder what their version of events would say
It’s a tougher ...