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... lane in front of cathedral and there was a queue of about 80 walkers waiting in line to get their coveted piece of parchment. Pilgrims were from all over the World and of every age almost.
It's a pity there are so many people begging around Santiago including quite near the cathedral.
I enjoyed sitting down and watching the pilgrims arriving and strangers who met on the walk saying their farewell to new friends.
I felt like a cheat having come ...
... This city is worth the trouble we have encountered en route; it is absolutely stunning. We park up on the outskirts and walk in through the park, following what we believe to be the cathedral spires to the centre. On the way, we encounter a maze, where we take refuge and check google maps for our location. We are next to the huge police station – just the other side of this is the city. A couple of minutes later, we walk through an archway into the city amid piped music which is ...
... symbol, as well as a staff. Interestingly, there are many pilgrimage routes to Santiago, some starting in Portugal, France or Spain. You may have seen the 2010 movie, The Way, starring Martin Sheen and Emilio Estavez, which takes place on the French route.
The town was destroyed by the invading Muslims from north Africa in the tenth century, and completely rebuilt in the ...
... rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">St James Way or El Camino de Compostela, as the Spanish call it, is quite an unbelievable tale. If it proves nothing else, it proves that those who hold the faith need no factual evidence of anything; it wholly substantiates the true definition of Faith, an ability and willingness to believe without needing proof.
... Camino thankful for each day on the trail; for beautiful photos, amazing memories and a new relationship with my hilarious, wonderful, brave, resourceful sister who sustained me through the rough bits. She found us a great place to hang out for a few days and then on Tuesday we're off to London for a bit of fun before heading home.
To my near and dear ones at home - your love, support and encouragement have meant more than ...