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... I have a photo that gives a more in depth history of the parador if you are interested. It is incredibly beautiful as was the last one we stayed in. On our second day we toured the city featuring the Cathedral housing the silver crypt believed to hold the remains of St. James, and the statue in his honor. The Spanish King commissioned the rebuilding of the Cathedral after the original church's destruction in 997; construction lasted from ...
... will revert to our normal process - book 2 weeks and use that as the hub and make trips out from there.
The car was great although it was a little disappointing that this model doesn't have the heated, leather massage seats, or the auto park or the rear facing camera...have had to revert to manual parking. Performance and economy was outstanding.
Sandy was not so happy with the ...
... and probably the least documented of them in the Gospels. According to Christian tradition, he was given the job of missionizing Iberia, the Roman province that today is Spain and Portugal, and James did most of his work here in Galicia, evangelizing the Celtic natives to Christianity. Martyred by Herod around 42 CE after he returned from converting people (some versions have him being killed before he could even leave, actually), his friends carried his bones by boat ...
... and crying at the same time. Several tourists congratulated us for our journey. We stood in line for our Compostela, a certificate to authenticate that you have walked the Camino. You must present your credential, showing all your stamps from lodging and/or churches along the way. We did it! Now on to Finisterre and Portugal. ...
... the Lord. But this huge burner was mainly used to cover up the odours of the pilgrims who crowded the church unwashed and who even cooked meals in the building. There are two older burners, bigger even than the one used today, and one hangs in between the main dome and the altar.
To get you out of the spiritual spheres you landed in after your first hours in Santiago, Galicia built the Cidade da Cultura de Galicia on a hilltop ...