Hotel Delfin Azul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... American girls behind me describing everything as "awesome" sealed it. There is a festival in Santiago today and the place is jam-packed. Local dance groups and a fabulous orchestra and choir were part of the festivities. After a really good meal in a Jordanian restaurant I wandered around the town and found myself in the midst of a live open air rock concert (ticket only but ...
... apple cake and more Santiago cake. We then headed off again and after about an hour and a half we reached the Monte do Gozo ( Mount of Joy). We stopped at another bar just before the climb and had lunch with the whole group.. We then walked together and stopped for photos at the statues of the two pilgrims looking towards Santiago. Our first glimpse of Santiago and the cathedral. It was still a pretty walk into the city then felt like a long ...
... up the hill towards the church. There are small chapels on both sides of the staircase, showing the 14 stations of the cross, one section has fountains dedicated to the five senses where water comes from the nose, eyes, mouth, ears and hands of the statues. The last section is dedicated to the virtues of faith, hope and charity. If you don't feel like the long walk up there is a funicular that runs up and down on the side of the staircase. We did both. I felt it it ...
... a beautiful day sitting outside under the shade of umbrellas to cool us from the sun. A couple of hours of wandering the streets and buying some small trinkets for loved ones wiled away the afternoon. We ate dinner at our favourite restaurant and saw Marina who started the same time as us, and Brendan, whom we met only a few nights ago. We then headed back to the hotel to pack and prepare for our flight to Barcelona bright and early in the ...
... sang the hymns, such a beautiful voice, and near the end of the service they lit up the botafumeiro! It took seven men to pull the rope which activated the pulley which activated the botafumeiro. Absolutely spectacular and the best way to finish this leg of my journey! I felt so blessed by this experience as it swung past me through the aisle; the memory still evokes tears.
The service finished at around 1pm and we went outside with the smell of the ...