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The temperature seemed to drop a little in the night and we had to reach for another blanket. The climate is a little different inland. We had a relaxing morning and walked into Santiago De Compostela around 11am. We had a nice lunch and did a spot of shopping in a lovely ceramics shop. Got talking to a nice Spanish family over lunch at the next table who ...
... to him in a stone boat guided by angels. My guidebook says that if you pass under the rock 9 times, it heals you (specifically back/arthritis/joint pain). It was very busy by the rock yesterday, but I made sure to walk (back and forth) under the front eave of the rock for my 9 times. Hmm. Nothing. Then, late yesterday afternoon I heard a lot of noise coming from the rock area as I headed to the point. There was ...
... on the side of the pews. I found a spot and sat down. All at once I realized I was here. At the Cathedral of St James. In all the last minute rush, I hadn't realized it (sounds silly, but true). The mass started, the cathedral was filled with music, and I was overcome with emotions. What a journey this has been - I can't believe I am really here. The poor guy in the pew next to where I was sitting (who witnessed this) was very sweet and put his hand on ...
... days now. We all have dinner together and have a great time, laughing and talking about the funny things that have happened along the way. It has been such a wonderful experiencè. It will be nice to keep in touch with these guys once we are all back home. Tomorrow we are off for the final leg....Finisterre....the end of the earth!!! I am told it is a beautiful place, so thats something to look forward to. Goodnight world, time for some shut ...
... was open and only 2.50 euro to see it and the extensive museum of clothing, printing stamps, and jewelry. Construction began in 1587 and was the starting point for the monastery. Today it also houses a hostel for pilgrims. The church itself isn't huge, but holds several different naves, all of which are striking. Behind the main altar are the stalls of the choir. They are one of the most important examples of their kind in Galicia. There are two rows ...