Casa Hotel as Artes
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... not you have to admire the incredible history set out before your eyes. There was a queue to put your arms around the Apostle James’s statue and I found myself in line. The statue itself was something to see and I wanted to experience the whole sherbang. Sue opted for waiting outside so if I get my wish of winning the lottery she’s not having any J On the way back to camp we called at the local supermercardo and picked up various ...
... the chain. By the time we got it fixed, we were completed soaked and on the verge of hypothermia with 10 km still to go. We found a cafe where we changed our clothes and the staff was gracious enough to not mind the puddles of water we left behind. Warm enough to ride again, we headed out to find our apartment rental, checking out the Cathedral along the way. It finally dawned on us that we had completed our journey ... 750 km of the Camino de Santiago, Buen ...
... go and get a drink before heading back again to await the midday Mass for pilgrims. I meet up with Saskia and Markus and have a cup of tea with them before heading back inside. It is Markus' birthday today and they had partied last night. Despite that, they look quite well. :-) When I get back into the cathedral, I see Kym, Margaret and Chris in the front row in the transept along which the Botafumeiro would swing if it were to be used ...
... are treasured artefacts so it was extraordinary to see so many and to see them used in fencing. The stones are often eye catching portals for farm gates which are otherwise truly unremarkable. These are usually wire and string tied to branch off cuts which contrast greatly with the standing stones. A few gates have been created by the elegant use of saplings. They look insubstantial but very artistic. Rarely are there any steel gates in farm fences. Despite my best efforts ...
... session. Along the nave, on both sides were confessional booths with priests who looked as thought they were made of wax because of the rather eerie lights on them. It was all pretty stunning . We then walled more streets stopping at a bar for beer and tapas. Eventually finding a charming hidden away restaurant and despite the early hour we managed to have supper, an €11.50 house menu of fish empanadas followed by grilled ...