Celuisma Los Tilos
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... cafes, and we went to a fresh market, where
they were selling all types of food, from seafood to fresh tangerine
juice. We visited the Cathedral’s
museum, explored the insides of a few churches, walked through parks, visited
the Museum of Galician People, and really just took in all of the beautiful
architecture. Santiago was quite a lovely
place, and hopefully one day I can return and do the Camino as well!
... point was mass in the cathedral. There were quite a few pilgrims. The mass was in Spanish and some English. The mass ended with so called "The Botafumeiro" which is burning incents in a massive silver Incense burning chalice swinging across the cathedral nave on a long rope propelled by 6 or 7 men. Quite something really....
After all that we have spent a quiet evening in our room in the parador, drinking wine writing our blog and ...
... 8221; Questionnaires, and it is excellent.
The questionnaire begins by congratulating the pilgrim on completing his or her journey, and then gets into it. In addition to “What did you like/dislike, what was memorable/what did you expect” kinds of questions, it moves on to “When you started on the Camino, did you have questions about faith, spirituality, pilgrimage, or purpose?” and later, “In what areas do you need to ask ...
... displaying fresh lobsters, prawns, octopus and many other seafood creatures we hadn't seen before. The signature dish of the region is pulpo a galega (tender slices of octopus tentacle sprinkled with paprika and olive oil). We snacked on clams, oysters, octopus, prawns and many other delights then retired for the night back to our lodgings with a quick espresso before bed and a few savoury treats off pappy from mums kitchen. The next day was spent exploring ...
... would have been one emotionally charged place in the olden days and it still is now, to a degree, but more for what it symbolises than for the view. We could not see the cathedral at all, now obscured behind buildings that make up the outskirts of the city....and trees.