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... far shorter and think that they have accomplished the same feat. Yesetrday, the day I finished, would have been Alyssa's and my 10th anniversary. It was difficult for me me, emotionally, to walk through the Church, see the relics of an Apostle of Jesus and not be overwhelmed. The cathederal itself is an absolute masterpiece. It is one of the most important churches in the Catholic faith and certainly the most important I've been ...
... now I understand the scaffolding!) Since the fire, mass was being held in this church until the repair work is completed. He had such pride in his church, the history, and his town. I am so lucky to have passed by when I did.
So, yesterday when I went to the point, I saw the "sail rock". This is a beautiful rock formation that looks like a sail, and is said to be the spot where St James saw the Virgin ...
... and pick them up after. I had separation anxiety as I left Bubba with all of the other packs. He really holds my whole world here, and it was hard to walk away with a small piece of paper with a number (guess I'm an overprotective parent!?) As I walked in, they had already started the "pre-mass". The church was over capacity. I noticed my feet/blisters were not happy about no breaks today and started throbbing. There were folks seated on the base of ...
... I head to the Church and Monastery of St Frances of Assisi, not far from the Cathedral. The Franciscans are issuing their own compostellas in 2014 to mark 800 years since St Francis came to Santiago on his own Camino. We are lucky enough to be here for this 800 year celebration so we may as well gather the extra compostella. Another Compostella....is it starting to sound weird? At 7:00 pm we meet up with Tony and Bert who we havent seen for ...
... coal. There were also all kinds of less-expensive pendants in the shape of the Santiago cross, the shell that signifies The Way, and various Celtic knots and spirals. Galicia has a very strong Celtic influence and history. It is different from the rest of Spain.
I badly wanted to find the church of San Martin Pinario, whose entry steps I fell in love with last visit. At that time, the church was locked so we were unable to go inside. Today ...