Hotel Delfin Azul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... marble stairs. More tears. A short tour of the church..and we were gone . Days 5 and 6 were beautiful sunny days with morning fog. Day 5 was a 19 km. hike..not difficult..lots of farm land and eucalyptus groves. Eucalyptus was planted to use as pulp...50 yrs ago. The natural forests are oak and chestnut. Lots of blackberry, ferns and every color of flower is now blooming .we stayed in Arca..a fantastic room and bath. They had a communal ...
... got our Compostella, dropped off our backpacks, went to the noon pilgrim mass, had lunch at O Gato Negro and then checked into our hotel. Later we went back to the Cathedral to visit Santiago, saw other pilgrims and had our final dinner with pilgrims we met along the way. The day was emotional as we said good bye to the other pilgrims we had met. I saw Antonio, the first pilgrim we encountered on the Camino - a 73 year old Italian from Sardinia who ...
... The 2 huge very ornate gillded Baroque organs were quite breathtaking. One is still used every Sunday but as Braga has only one organist they have to find someone from outside the city on special occasions when both are played. The choir stalls, which seem to be mostly upstairs in larger churches, were also particularly ornate. You need to take a special tour to get up close to both of these features and to visit the very ornate tomb of the young son of Joao 1. As ...
... together with a huge amount of hugs and tears and love flowing all over. We wanted to be early to Santiago to make the pilgrims mass at noon which we did. Previously in the week they did not use the botafumeiro...large incense burner type object...but they did for me. It was amazing to watch the monks swing it back and forth. Truly and honor. The cathedral was packed and as I stood there watching people come in and arrive I saw ...
... Padron, we spotted the first indication that we were in holy country...a bronze statue of a pilgrim, sinewy legs and arms, worn hiking boots, bedroll hanging over the top of his knapsack, cap and holding a staff. We rolled into the supermarket nearby where a van had just ceremoniously dumped a dozen youngsters who were gathering up their packs and putting on their walking shoes. Our guess was that they were going to walk this 23km stretch into Santiago, up to ...