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How wonderful to be settled into a good hotel, no alarm or wake- up call and a late breakfast!! Today's activities included a tour of the Cathedral follows by the long awaited celebratory Mass. We were In the Cathedral by 9.30 am and you could feel the excitement building as visitors, tourists, school groups and pilgrims began fliling into the …
... the Cathederal from a diatance and went back to my hotel. To say that this has been quite a journey is a major under statement. My French Canadian walking partner had told me the first rule is not to judge others' Caminos & I can understand & I believe that is why the Compostela has the dates of when you start and fimish and the beginning point. It's hard to watch others with light packs and running shoes walk the same ...
... church. I asked (pantomimed) if it was ok that I come in, and if I could also take pictures. I was pleased to find that he spoke some English. He smiled, dropped his cleaning supplies, and was happy to show me around and give me some history. The church was so small, but so striking. The caretaker stopped to show me a drawing on the wall depicting the church at the point - it had a major fire on Christmas day the ...
... walk. We have 3 really annoying people staying at our Albergue tonight who put the light on at about 6am, faff about for at least an hour, and are still getting ready by the time we get up and are leaving an hour later.!!! At least we know what we are in for in the morning, also, our second last day of sleeping in the same room as a lot of annoying other people! (Don't get me wrong, we have loved every minute of ...
... of the Camino, which was fairly long and gentle, reaching the summit at Monte del Gozo (380m), a small hillock from where we expected to see the spires of the cathedral, but alas there was no sign of them. There was, however, an incredible monument perched on top of this hill so we bought a selection of sandwiches and sat on the grassy knoll beside this to have a relatively long and lazy lunch.
During the Holy Year of Santiago de Compostela in 1993, ...