Hotel Santiago Apostol
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... catch up before going down for another special compostella that marked 800 years since St Francis walked the trail. Most of us stayed and had a beer rather than getting into another queue. Mike is English and living in South Carolina while his sister came to meet him at the end of his walk. She and her daughter are living in Valencia. Apparently her husband wanted to settle in Valencia and they did although he passed away soon after, and quite young.
... earplugs to no avail I grabbed my sleeping bag and pillow and wandered up and down the hall looking for a place to sleep. The kitchen was occupied as well as the sitting room. The guy in charge of the place happened to walk by to wish me "buenas noches". I responded, "imposible!" He asked if I was in a room with a snorer, took pity on me, and opened up a room of 8 beds just for me. I couldn't believe my good fortune! I ran down to ...
This past weekend was our last AHA excursion and our last time being together. Since every weekend there is someone traveling, this was the last time we are all traveling together, or spending the weekend together. It was sad, but we made the most of it.
We traveled on a private bus to Santiago, and arrived Friday night. I was paired with 3 other girls, so we had the entire top floor to ourselves. It was by far the best room there! ...
... They gave us an offering of bread at the end of the service which the pilgrims lined up for. After the mass we visited the tomb of Saint James and laid our hands on the shoulders of the Apostle in the High Altar. Other people were hugging the statue and were very emotional. After our Cathedral visit, we headed down to the pilgrim office where we were awarded with our Compostela's (certificate of completion). So this is the end of what has been the journey of ...
(Events on 9/11/2013, written on 9/13/2013.) The alarms goes off at 5 AM. We all wake up as we hear the first sounds of the alarm. We all get up and quietly remove ourselves from the beds. We complete the morning rituals as quickly as possible and head to the common area for our final preparations. Last night, we decided we will get to Santiago as early as possible in order to attend the Pilgrims mass at noon so we set out with a quick pace and few breaks. We skip breakfast and head ...