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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 …
... cycle paths are excellent and we race along them and arrive just as the rain restarts. We go to the tourist office where there is a cool machine that collects data about its guests before printing out a map of the city. We manage a short tour and a few selfies before ducking for cover and a cappuccino in McDonalds. It’s a pretty place and it’s a shame we were getting drenched as our visit was a lot briefer than we would have liked. We then follow the E70 – getting ...
... on the way... Other Robertsons from Canada, Australians and USA. Everyone gets pretty chatty along the way. Many know someone from NZ....one girl even thought I'd probably know her friend..... The trials of a smaller country??? The journey dragged a but as I neared the last 10 kms...anticipation of the end. Climbed up to the view on Monte Goia (Joy) as you start into Santiago. Ran into our Irish buddies who took ...
... from breakdown! I lovingly smacked her around the head in my head, I was wallowing in my space. But she's right and I still wait for breakthrough at days end while I'm still bawling. Love that girl!
Plodded on through out short 22km day through walled old road, shade and sun, up hills and down hills. Again we are heading beyond the normal stop town to a recommended Alberge 4km further on. The boys were still in front heading into town and as I rounded a bend at ...
... for a while and enjoyed the monument and a very small old church. There were a couple of tourist busses and several taxis ready to take pilgrims into the city. We acknowledged the choices and then started the long downhill progress into the city. The walk into and through the modern city was anticlimactic and could have been discouraging if one lost the premise that we are in a modern world on an ancient pilgrimage and the two continuously intersect, sometimes ...