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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 …
... their elation with the family or loved ones. It is such a joyous moment that you would start the Camino yourself that very moment.
In a restaurant we run into a Dutch couple that is working at the Dutch Camino Society's Santiago home as volunteers for a couple of weeks. They invite us to visit their attic in the building where the pilgrims collect their final stamp and shield. "We receive Dutch pilgrims when they reach ...
I don't wanna leave! This place has quickly started to feel like home to me and it's going to be a very hard transition back into the real world. I've become so comfortable here, and right now, it's hard to see myself somewhere else. Last night, we all had dinner together at a very nice restaurant, and we talked about our trip and what we have learned. We did the "Rose, stem, thorn" game, which was interesting because we got to hear from everyone about their ...
... with small streets, lots of commerce, lots of history. We approached the Cathedral from the back and came to the east façade, then down some stairs through a small tunnel where a gaitero was playing and down we came into the very large square of the Catedral of Santiago de Compostela. There it was in front of us! At first I think we all froze, we didn't know what to do until Ricardo I think said something like "well, you've made it!" And then it kind of hit us and ...
... itself was a nice city and the weather was perfect during the walk. The route was well marked with clamshell dotted ever 100m or so indicating which way to go. Passed many nationalities on the walk inlcuding Chinese, Japanese, Americans and many Europeans all of which we hoping to finish the walk that afternoon.A couple of bagpipes could be heard around town as you explored the narrow streets.