Hotel Delfin Azul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... noise as a school party entered reverberated around the square as they sung, danced and took pictures. It's an achievement whoever finishes. A quick whizz around the tat shops and that was it, time to check out and leave. The taxi to the airport covered the distance in minutes compared to the two hours it took us only days before and soon we were in a car of our own, following the route of the Camino Inglaise or the new motorway north, whatever you prefer. In forty minutes we were ...
... in Sarria, Spain, a simple 110 kilometers from the cathedral. For six days, we trekked through the golden and green hills of the Galicia (Gal ee thee a) region of Spain. Most pilgrims sleep and eat in the alburgues, hostels of a sort, that offer inexpensive beds and meals.
We ate lunches at a few of the alburgues, chatting with fellow hikers from all over the world, but hiked off the trail to ...
... Pardo Bazan, a late nineteenth century Spanish novelist, commonly known as Spain's second most famed writer behind Miguel de Cervantes. In my Butler professor-taught class here in Spain, we had just finished reading a novel by this author, and the professor offered us extra credit to go visit her house, which was an opportunity not to be passed up! After lunch at a nice pizza place on the harbor, we stopped by the Castle of San Antón, built on a small ...
... were ready to get our Compostela. Trina and Steven has discussed this while walking and decided that we would wait until tomorrow to get our Compostela. Today is the anniversary of the events of 9/11. We can wait one more day. We have lunch at a nearby cafe and look at all the tourist. Bus loads of them. After we finish lunch, we decide to go check in at the hotel, wash up and rest. The shower and nap were glorious. We message the guys and they are ready for dinner. We make plans and ...
... moment. They had overnighted at a town closer to Santiago so they could reach the Cathedral in time for the midday Pilgrim Mass. We would save that for tomorrow.
The last stop was in Plaza de Inmaculada, where we had our first real sighting of the Cathedral, and even though it was only a side view, it still took your breath away. A Norwegian lady who was tagging along with us took some photos here before we proceeded through the final archway to ...