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... what it would look like without the scaffolding. The cathedral takes up one side of the large main square in the old town. After pilgrims register and receive their certificates, they flock to the square to celebate and compare notes with fellow pilgrims. We saw one fellow who pushed his dog in a wheelbarrow, and another who road his donkey on The Way.
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We slept in! What a feeling. Then the four of us headed out to a late breakfast. Carmen let us leave our backpacks at her place until we went to the bus station. After a breakfast, we went to the cathedral to see about taking the rooftop tour. The only one in English was 6pm. Now, I know why Paul thought that tour would be too late, because we were rendezvousing with ...
... a great looking bar hoping for the ever allusive French omelette chorizo bocadillo we had experienced weeks before only to be told they just did coffee. Finally our reward did come many kilometres down the track when we came across a restaurant attached to a hotel called Hotel Amenal. We finally found the Holy Grail of which we had searched throughout Spain. The ham and cheese omelette bocadillo. We savoured it in the sun and ...
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Judy here - SHE DID IT! I am so proud of her. I am so amazed at how powerfully Cathy did this walk. She was made to do this and she conquered it without a blip. That said, I am SO happy to have her back with me. My outlook has risen with the return of my companion (even if she was shaking her fist at me as she walked towards me - she couldn't find the 'damn fountain' that was to be our meeting place.) Sisters! ...
... None of that mattered. We had the choice to call a taxi every time we encountered a road and yet we still walked on.
When we reached the outskirts of Santiago we noticed many of the pilgrims stopping to take a picture. As we approached closer someone was kind enough to take our picture too. Just prior to this point we had walked around the end of the airport and then back into a light forested area. When we reached the monument at the top of the hill ...