Area Central Hotel
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... and crying at the same time. Several tourists congratulated us for our journey. We stood in line for our Compostela, a certificate to authenticate that you have walked the Camino. You must present your credential, showing all your stamps from lodging and/or churches along the way. We did it! Now on to Finisterre and Portugal. ...
... so no nightcap tonight. We have to be at our best for Santiago tomorrow.
A good day to prepare us for the finish, clothes and people clean and all our gear dried out. Even an old Gregory Peck western to watch in Spanish before bed.
Time for bed so will report in tomorrow with I hope plenty of photos. Again we have been lucky with fine weather predicted tomorrow given that in Galacia it rains two days in three.
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O yes, Santiago de Compostela is exactly that spiritual place you expect it to be. The pilgrimage feeling oozes out of its narrow, hilly streets, its ancient buildings. In the square in front of the cathedral you can watch the hikers descend the stairs on the left, breathe the air on the wide terrace and jubilantly enjoy the last steps of their trail. In these modern times, many youngsters immediately grab their smartphone to call home ...
... de Europa – a mountain range so close you felt you could reach out and touch it. We had awesome nights hanging out together and with other pilgrims and, always, for me, that sense of great accomplishment of just how far we were going.
Day 23 into Llanes was particularly horrendous as we walked 40 kilometres in the stinking heat. Strung out along the path, all three of us (and, no doubt, every other pilgrim) suffered the distress of walking a hillside path ...
... the Mexicans that he could get a cork out out of an empty bottle if they could put it in. After some difficulty, Emilio managed to get the cork into the bottle, and in a few elegant and swift movements, Felix used a paper table cloth to pull it back out. It was amazing. It's our really, REALLY last goodbye to San Francisco, since she has no more time left before getting her flight, but it was lovely to see her again anyway. Steps: 38,778 Stairs: 154 Km: ...