Hotel Delfin Azul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the first chorus a small proportion of the cathedral joined in. It gave me goose bumps and i immediately raised my head . By the time she got to the next chorus more of the cathedral were joining in. It was enough to send tingles up your spine. Really nice. So then after quite a service in spanish and latin ( did i mention one of my certificates is also given to me in my latin name), came the swinging of the incense burner. Yes this is an impressive ...
I wasn't feeling well last night, so I slept a little longer than I wanted. It was about 7:15am when we started walking. We kept a pretty good pace though, hoping that we would get to the cathedral by noon. Usually the first cafe comes up about 4 to 5 km into the day. We stopped for cafe con leches and croissants. While I was there, I ran into Margarite, Mary, and Linda. After that stop, we pretty much trudged ahead full ...
So now on home straight. Merge with frances today at melide. Loads more pilgrims. Think minor road to motorway! Stop at Bar and have a party. Ian on Bongos i am quite impressed. People actually taking photos. stef would be impressed. Shots and beer. Singing. Fab Then walk on. We stop around 18.00. I cannot go on any further, so check into a hotel on my own. Sleep for ...
... here for 2 nights. This afternoon we have been doing boring essentials (buying bus tickets to Porto on Saturday, and going to a laundromat) and tomorrow will be devoted to exploring Santiago properly, and going to the midday pilgrim Mass in the cathedral. This seems a lovely city, and there is so much hustle and bustle that we are not used to. I don't know the size compared to Pamplona, Logroño, ...
... still not finished the camino, but it felt WONDERFUL to arrive down into the city and know that your legs weren't broken and bleeding and your back hadn't turned against you. I shouted into traffic over a bridge because I was so excited. Sadly, it's still mourning week here, and just after we'd crossed over the railway line (THE railway line) a hearse with a coffin drove past us. I don't know whether it was connected to the deaths or not, but it kinda dampened the ...