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... 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 ...
... hours, undisturbed by snoring pilgrims.
We said our final goodbyes to Marcel and Sylvia at the train station this morning and made plans to see Mariam from A Coruna. When I was teaching high school Spanish we did a student exchange 22 years ago. Peter was not feeling well today so rested in the hotel. I went out for short forays and came back to check on him. I went to the Museo do Pobo Galego ( Museum of the Galician People) and ...
... of people running or walking along it. The city was pretty, and very similar to Oviedo. By the time we arrived back in Oviedo, we were all exhausted. Carmen warned us early on that traveling every weekend wears you out, and you'll get really exhausted. This was my 4th weekend traveling, so I think it was getting to me. However, it's great to see so many places and I love driving through the mountains. I'll definitely miss them when I go back.
... packed with pilgrims. People are up as early as 4am to light out for the next stop and grab the best beds in the albergues (pilgrim hostels) and, frankly, it’s hard not to feel totally inadequate if you want to sleep in to a more godly hour.
Having walked the valley route of the Pyrenees (really pretty) and had two brilliant evenings in lesser known albergues with great company (three Australian women and an Englishman), I wandered in to Pamplona and jumped ...
... the cathedral was actually another 1.5 kilometers from the albergue. Ugh! We need to hurry as it's already 10:30 a.m. and we agreed we needed to get to the cathedral by 11:15 a.m. To make sure we could get good seats for the mass. We race up the streets trying to follow the yellow way markers, which were few and far between. We finally find our hotel with a little help from some locals. At check in, we are told our room is not ready yet and we ask to clean up in the bathroom for ...