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... to somewhere a bit quieter but not much luck on that front. The old part of the town was fair hopping with travelling musical bands going from plaza to plaza throughout the day and still going strong at night. The small streets were chock a block with people enjoying the action.
We made it back to our hotel just after 11pm. We must have been the first ones to bed in Santiago as the noise kept up until 5am. As we have said before the Spanish know how to ...
... us as we searched for the Pilgrim's office to get our Compostelas. We waited outside for about 20 minutes. Then I looked up and saw Sylvia and Marcel in the corner smiling at us and taking our pictures. This is when the emotion of the end of the journey really hit me. We finally got ushered into the Pilgrim's office and got our official Compostelas. Peter got the religious one and I got the cultural one. A distance certificate is ...
... least favorite one. The inside was just over the top with gold on everything, and it was too intricate. However, it was still really gorgeous, especially the outside. The building is Romanesque, Gothic, and Baroque since it was built during all these periods. We were able to see half of a mass, and see when they swing the "Botafumeiro". This is the world's largest censer, weighing in at around 177 lbs. It has 88 lbs. of charcoal and ...
I walked for 38 days along three different Camino pilgrimage paths for 730kms. It was a slow start and a speedy finish, a race and a reflection, it was painful and powerful and it all makes for a rather complicated and lengthy blog post!
It must be a rather tiresome sight for the folks of St Jean Pied-de-Port in the west of France to watch the parade of shiny new pilgrims in their fresh boots and clean backpacks wend their way up from the train station to the ...
... swinging and they also said they wanted to get to Santiago ASAP. They actually got up at 4:30 and had made it this far. They commented on how quickly we were moving having left 1 hour after them. After our 1 hour breakfast break, we resume the run/walk to Santiago. It felt as if we were running as we were passing everyone we came across for the rest of the morning. As we approach the outskirts of Santiago, we pass Hanna and the French. No time to chat, we need to find a place ...