Hostal Anosa Casa
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... quite a spectacle as well. The highlight for many is the lighting of incense and swinging of the huge Botafumeiro. It requires around eight men to pull on the ropes which swing and lifts the great smoking vessel in great leaping arcs over the heads of the congregation. Wonderful! Today Santiago de Compstela is generally regarded as the end point of the pilgrimage although the route is much older than the Christian tradition having been ...
... us. We met Kate at the fountain and followed her to a bar where her husband was saving us a table under an umbrella to protect us from the heat of the day. It was really great to finally meet Nigel whom we'd heard so much about. We promptly ordered six G&Ts, there were six of us they weren't all for me, and relaxed!
I wandered the streets during the afternoon to check out more of this magnificent city, went to St Francis church to pick up another ...
... the end point.
... a wonderful breakfast that kept us going for the whole day.
The main attraction to Santiago is the Cathedral, the designation for thousands upon thousands of pilgrims through the centuries putting their feet to the road on the Camino de Santiago trek. The Camino de Santiago (The Way of St. James) is seen pilgrims walk hundreds of kilometres to pay homage to the remains of St. James in ...
... one that we stayed in, and also had come a long way since it use to be a hospital for the destitute pilgrims who had just finished their walk !!! Ours on the other hand was the usual four star hotel, formerly a monastery, but the top floor reserved for pilgrims willing to sleep it slightly rough !!!