Hotel Delfin Azul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... gear but being the type of person i am i couldn't help but to analyse some of the reasoning behind sucj a ritual. Here we have a closed room of between 800 and 1000 sweaty pilgrims who have walked at least 100 ks and in my close close to 800. Many of these pilgrims may have only a few changes of clothes and i am sure i was on the 'more frequent' end of the laundry completed scale. So i looked at this huge gold swinging incense burner and i had ...
... to one not far from the cathedral called Roots & Boots, and they had plenty of beds left. After showers, doing laundry, and having some wine in the garden, we headed back to the old town to buy souvenirs and get dinner. There was a street festival going on and lots of performers and musicians playing everywhere. We went to the cathedral and it was beautiful. When you go behind the main altar, you can go up a small ...
... and a half. Then dinner. I realise i havnt eaten anything or drunk water all day. Very dehydrated. Dinner is bean soup followed by fish and potatoe casserole. Bottle of wine, but i drink water instead. Bed at 22.00 and sleep until 9.30. I was exhausted. No blisters this walk but feet and legs very tender. Maybe shoes not thick enough. Food for thought for next ...
... mind, ‘just how wide are these trains?’ and all three of us threw ourselves half over the side of the bridge, shouting reassurances to each other as we gripped on. The train came nowhere near us but my goodness weren’t we gleefully relieved afterwards!
We climbed hills, walked endless roads, baked under the Spanish sun but in between, we had such beautiful sights as we walked along the coast between the Bay of Biscay and the extraordinarily ...
... surrounding buildings and facts. It seems the city of Santiago came into being only after the discovery of the bones of Saint James around 800AD. Once this became know pilgrims started coming to the area. Others then started retracing the steps of Saint James and the pilgrimage along then Camino was born. When we completed our pilgrimage yesterday we received a Compestela, which is a certificate indicating our completion of the pilgrimage. When ...