Hotel Santiago Apostol
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... Cantillana del Mar and have lunch in a lovely outdoor area afterwards the tour director agrees to do a little unplanned tour to Altamira which is famous for cave paintings. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cave_of_Al tamira. Eventually we are at a 1917 historic hotel Eurostar Real in Santander, on top of a hill, with our balcony facing the coast. We take a long walk and have dinner near the casino. Another fabulous ...
... this girl and she chose to hang with us oldies. Will miss her.
The highlight was to finally attend a pilgrims mass in the cathedral. It is held twice daily and if someone pays for it the Bellifumo is lit and we knew it would be lit last night. What an event! Was a typical RC mass and all in Spanish but you know what's going on regardless -same all over the world. But the lighting of the Bellifumo was awesome. It is filled with frankincense and lit ...
... of your friends back home going about theirs, you marvel at the idea: all I have to do today is walk. Just put one foot in front of the other until I stop.
You follow the signs (which are generally beautifully marked) and you just walk. You might chat to someone or you might drop into your own thoughts. You watch the view as the world slips ever so slowly by and you wonder to yourself, 'good god, did cars always go that fast?'
And sometimes you stop. ...
**** I thought it should be getting easier. The day was perfect hot weather not a cloud in the sky and only 25k to do. Then I realised I was tired and sore and I think I am over the whole thing. Neil (Jim Campbell's father-in-law) mentioned to me that there is a brick wall stage and here I am only 48k from Santiago and I have hit the brick wall. I don´t give a stuff about it any more. I had a long chat ...
... property has been in the same family for 300 years! It had its own chapel, and beautiful gardens. What used to be the servants' quarters are now where the guests stay. This was our last night of El Camino and we had a cooking lesson organised. After walking around 20Km this did not seem so exciting. But the only effort it actually required was to drink a glass of vino tinto while listening to the chef explain what he was doing! We had many laughs! Now I am back ...