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We got to sleep in today! Whoo! That was a very rare occurrence on this trip. We then got to the Cathedral two hours ahead of time for the pilgrims Mass at noon. There were not quite as many people there, but still enough people to want to get there early. We then used that extra time to go to the chapel for Holy Hour. I can't get over how powerful chapel time is! Once ...
... had no idea. Except you were wrong on the bikini. I need to go and buy one. 35 degrees today and Yvonna and I will hire a car and drive to Finistere and Muxia to jump off the cliff into the ocean as the final ritual instead of walking it. I feel at this stage I do not need to walk any further. My aim was always Santiago and I am thrilled this has been achieved. It is 10 am and I am still in bed enjoying the feet up, listening to some guy playing the ...
... pics. We have arrived a week ahead of schedule. We have options and tomorrow will look at how we spend that time.
And one thing that really is important to me......the stats from my Fitbit from the day we left Seville to the end of yesterday in Santiago. 41 days all together including the rest day in Salamanca.
Total number of steps - 1,680,322
Total number of floors climbed - 4,397
Total number of kms walked - ...
We had a big day for our final ride into Santiago. We had an early start - it was dark when we headed to breakfast and then still dark as we waited with our bikes with anticipation. The ride was going to have a few steep climbs but not as long as the climbs we had some over the last few days. As soon as the sun came up we had our briefing and were about to leave when one of the team realised they had a flat tyre. A quick change only delayed us by ...
... room and what the room was used for. This part was fun, and top that off with the fact that I was one of such a small group of people in this famous cathedral - locked in - it was one of the best tours I have been on - even though I didn't understand a word.
When they let us out, I found Catalina waiting by the horse fountain. She was so concerned, as she knew I did not speak Spanish, and she arrived at the church just after ...