Hostal Anosa Casa
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... hotel (which was the original one I had booked for myself and Anna) while Jan and Mike walked Anna back to the Parador. She didn't even give us a backward glance and looked very happy in the new rôle they have given her of fourth daughter. Plus she was very happy to be in an amazing room above the main entrance to the Parador. She said it was like being inside Buckingham Palace with the crowds outside.
So we have six of our Camino family on the wedding guest list ...
... by 30-40 military guys and 8 heavy duty military vehicles. Lots of serious guns...seems they were looking for someone / something. We slowly went past...a bit like a booze bus in oz but the guy had an automatic gun over his shoulder. He let us past
We then went through the next toll booth and again LOTS of military guys..again we were OK
Safely in Santiago now and a few slow days
... Santiago, To Walk Far, Carry Less, The Long Road Home, Best Foot Forward, A Million Steps, To the Field of Stars, and my personal favorite, No Complaints...Shut Up and Walk. The recent Martin Sheen-Emilio Estevez film "The Way" uses the Camino de Santiago to play out the history of a family and the nature of fatherhood and belief, but the themes of most of the narratives range from the opportunity for personal growth and deep introspection to spiritual change to ...
... giant incense burner (Botafumeiro) would be swung at today's mass, but it wasn't. It's original purpose was to fumigate the sweaty and possibly disease-ridden pilgrims! We plan to return to mass tomorrow night to view the ritual. We had a lovely middle-eastern dinner with Deirdre, Bob and Mike last night before picking up our laundry and heading to bed. We are tired and looking forward to our arrival in Florence next ...
... and hundreds of years make way for roads and buildings. We have arrived; others may say made it! No big wave of emotion comes over me, nor do I cry like many before me. My emotion is pure admiration for my 72 year old father who again has travelled the way to Santiago with one knee that has been replaced and one that should. What an achievement. Well done again Dad, I think you have one more left in you... Buon Camino ...