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A few weeks ago I
travelled to Santiago de Compostela with my friend Emily. I had been anticipating this trip for a long
time, as the region of Galicia has interested me since I was looking forward to
studying abroad in Spain. Initially, I
wanted to do a small part of el Camino de Santiago, a journey that numerous
pilgrims make, sometimes on the trail for months, with the ...
... luggage to Parador. The weather was great. It was a nice walk.
The parador is very impressive and our room looks really like in a medieval castle. After quick refreshing we have started our tour of the city. It was a mid day and the plaza in front of the parador (and Cathedral) was a place rest of quite a few pilgrims. There were groups from various countries, people of all ages and some even who biked "the camino". The atmosphere ...
... was, and will be again tonight, bureaucracy without end, Amen. And I am still in Europe!
Anyway, all kvetching aside, I had a really interesting time in Santiago today by accident. I went about doing little errands, writing and mailing postcards, purchasing a more durable folder for my paperwork, and so on, and by chance walked into a place called “Pilgrim House”. I was looking for stationary store, and asked in Spanish for it, and the woman at ...
... Overwhelming excitement at finally making it and disappointment knowing we were at the end of our journey together as a team. Entering teh plaza in front of the cathedral was momentious ... even th scaffolds surronding teh cathedral dinnto lessen the enormity of teh moment. I had a quite moment and a thak yo uto my guardain angel fo rgetting me and allof us here safely. Beu camino ..Cape finisterr this afternoon and pilgrims mass tomorrow . what a wonderful ...
... webkit-composition-fill-color: rgba(175, 192, 227, 0.230469); -webkit-composition-frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">Something else that is alive and well today is the belief that you can "buy your way into heaven", that if you give money, gifts or services to the saint (church), then you will be kept safe in your afterlife. In the cloisters of the cathedral there are crypts dedicated to those families who have looked after ...