Celuisma Los Tilos
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... de Compostella and catch the 20.00 bus into town. It's raining but we find the hotel easily and enjoy a Menu del Dia in a bar on the square followed by an amble around the streets of the old town then visiting a couple of bars. They both give excellent tapas with the drinks as well! By midnight everywhere is closing, it's still raining so back to the hotel and ...
... After a few rounds we decided to hit the cobbled lanes to really experience the sights and sounds of Santiago. The majority of the shops were either a Tapas bar or a souvenir shop with lots of tacky items for sale cashing in on the Camino. After seeing enough paraphernalia dedicated to every saint, sinner and everyone in between we needed a drink and something to eat. The Galician seafood in the area is really showcased with lots of the bars having fish tanks or ...
... of course) and unpacked before going out to have a good look around town. The area around the cathedral is ancient with very narrow streets and laneways, almost car-free except for delivery vans and taxis. Lots of shops selling mementos that you would be embarrassed to have when you got home but there are some wall tiles that we will look at today.
We linked up with Roland and Ute, and enjoyed a couple of beers in the sunshine before then seeing Richard, Francis, ...
... the Hostal Suso where we are staying. We then joined the queue of pelegrinos outside the pilgrim office to get our Compostela, which is the certificate given on completion of the walk. The line was quite long and it took just under 2 hours to get the compostela. Well we've made it ......finally. It's funny, there is a feeling of elation but also sadness as this part of the holiday comes to a close. I won't miss the early morning wake up of pilgrims ...
... lot! Apparently Santiago broke a record in January for raining 30 days out of 31! It's a good job I came prepared with my waterproof, umbrella and walking boots. We set off on our way to the Old Town and stopped in a park on a hill to look at the view of the city below. Unfortunately one of the cathedral's towers was covered in scaffolding, but never mind. It's still very impressive. Santiago's Old Town is bigger than Oviedo's. It's ...