Araguaney Gran Hotel
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Santiago in sight We're ready for the final assault in the rain , and follow the path in the forest, fragrant again with dampness and eucalyptusy smell . Not many people to shout Buena Camino to today . And action replay at the final stone to mark the distance, more pics, this time in rain . The going starts getting tough due to rain and fatigue …
... starting in April or May than in mid-winter in the mountains…
The three greatest Christian pilgrimage routes are Santiago de Compostela, Rome, and Jerusalem. Of these, only Santiago has a clearly defined and historical path that can still be followed.
The origin of Santiago de Compostela as a town comes from a medieval legend or, if you prefer, a miracle. James the Greater was one of the original 12 Apostles of Jesus—the minyan plus ...
... lovely celebration dinner, laughs and a few tears. We have missed three other couples that we met and connected with many times. We do not know if they are ahead of us or behind us, but trust the Camino magic will give them safe travels. We did several museums today. It continues to rain, expected 2 to 3 inches today. We leave for Porto, Portugal tomorrow at noon and hope there is sunshine in our ...
... and pilgrims from all over the world. After they have tramped their way into the beautiful cathedral (the end point of the pilgrimage where the body of St. James the Great is said to be buried) they queue up at an office to get their official confirmation that they have made it. Mind you, I think many of them cheated as there was quite a few of them on my bus! They are easily identified by their walking poles and in some cases a large scallop shell on their ...
... a fabulous journey like this one. For two 'solo' walkers to spend more than a month together and never a cross word spoken, the ability to give each other space when needed, to share joys and sorrows and be richer for the experience will remain with me forever as a highlight of my Camino. Truly blessed and truly grateful.
We arose a little earlier as it was forecast to rain in Santiago around 11 am and we really wanted pictures before ...