Husa Ciudad de Compostela
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... the cathedral. What a gift of time and attention I received from my friends! We shared stories over salad, cheese and sangria, and moved on only to visit the beautiful cafe one last time for dessert. We picked up Sylvie along the way whom we'd just been sharing stories about and enjoyed dessert and drinks in the beautifully carved room. As it approached 8:00 and time to leave for the airport, I received one last amazing gift. Susanne and Britta accompanied ...
... Sometimes only one lonely working tractor could be seen over an entire day's walk! Barns made of stone were everywhere. Beautiful villas and haciendas, abandoned shells of homes still looking like they'd last 100s more years, ancient bridges and churches designed without technology but still awe-inspiring today, fountains that served pilgrims in the 12th century - man-made eye-candy! We wished we had photographed more ...
... attend the pilgram mass tomorrow at noon as we are staying here for 2 nights before leaving for Madrid. A very special moment for me was after we got our credentials, my sister told me to sit down on a step and put on my glasses. She then gave me notes my 4 children wrote me to congratulate me on finishing. I sobbed like a baby in front of a lot of people as I read them all! Thank you my babies for making this day as special as it was! Of course ...
... I miss the dead and decomposing dolphin that Jonny spots on the beach on the run back. After showers, chores and a light lunch, the sun is out and we get our bike ride after all. It’s been a satisfying day and we leave the island pleased with our stay there. We head past La Rochelle, along the E602, the D733, D730 and the D137 to little Blaye, where we know of a free aire. The rain is teeming down when we arrive and we are both tired after an active day and long drive, so we ...
... to return here the night before I fly home when I will DEFINITELY take advantage. Off tomorrow to complete my journey. Will be back here in about a week. Excited to see what (if anything) will change! * Tradition states that you do 4 things when you arrive at the cathedral in Santiago as a pilgrim; 1. Stand before the tree of Jesse, the central column if Master Mateo's masterpiece, the Entrance of Glory portico da Gloria. Millions of pilgrims, over ...