Araguaney Gran Hotel
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... was beautiful as promised, with marble floors, carved wood paneling, ornate tables and chairs and tall ceilings. It reminded me a bit of being at Cafe Iruna in Pamplona, and I realized how mentally rested I am after five weeks of walking.When we emerged from the cafe, a crowd had gathered in the streets, moving toward the cathedral for the 12:00 pilgrim Mass which would also be a celebration of All Saints' Day. We joined the crowd and arrived at the cathedral early and took ...
... the middle of the floor. Outside, there was a large fountain that was obviously a watering trough - the image carved in the stone above the trough was of a bull and a cow. John pointed out that people must have brought their wares here by carts pulled by horses, so they needed somewhere to stay during the day. It makes perfect sense. Today, you can buy anything from all types of meats, fruits, ...
... pilgrim office to acquire our certificate even before we found our hotel or a spot to have beer. We shared hugs as I passed my sister the notes her children had for her and we cried .. Truly an accomplishment ... Truly an adventure ... not soon to be forgotten.. can hardly wait to share the details.. but for now here's the days photos...tomorrow I enjoy Spain as a tourist. ... but of course there will be more to share. ..until then... ...
... s what I think she said. They invite us to stay so we can have a drink with them but I explain that we are headed to Bordeaux for the night. They beckon Sam from the van and I make introductions before we are taken to another barn by the grandson where their wine tasting tables await us. We try one wine which he describes as ‘traditional’ and two which have been aged in oak barrels, one for 2 months and one for 15 months. The oak aged wines are fantastic and we leave with ...
Padron is famous for it's celebrated writers. It also thought to be the legendary starting point of James ministry in Spain & also the return of his mortal remains from jeruselem. Our day was started early again with a meager breakfast & a roll with ham & cheese stuffed into our backpacks. We arrived in Santiago around 3pm & headed straight for the Pilgrims ...