Hotel Airas Nunes
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... Last night Moritz, Ina and I went back to the wonderful tapas bar, stuffed our faces, drank a bottle of Cava (and some more) and just enjoyed each others' company. As I walked to my convent yesterday, it was pouring with rain, the square in front of the Cathedral was completely deserted. One lone Pilgrim arrived. He was so lost, he just stood there in the rain, looking up at the steeple of the Cathedral, leaning on his walking sticks. The next thing, he actually ...
... up fresh chicken and veggies for dinner and browsing through several stores. I paid a visit to the Museum of Gallician People that portrays Gallician life that still goes on in many of the small rural medieval towns in the Gallician hillsides. The musical instruments, traditional dress and homes were of particular interest for me. We enjoyed a sampling of Gallician fare. Our first night we sampled sauteed mushrooms and shrimp, local cheeses and Jack had a ...
... I am still in awe that we completed this trek!
After receiving our Compostelas, we went to eat lunch, found our albergue, and then relaxed until the lights and fireworks show for the Feast/Festival of St. James. The amount of people present for the festival was very impressive; there were people jam packed everywhere around the cathedral. The fireworks were spectacular and a great way to end our first day in Santiago!
... from the tourist map. Every now and then you would bump into friends from Day 1 to those you only just met. Included in my wanderings was some window shopping whereas it is my intent to buy the items I have identified the morning of my departure.
In my wanderings I came across a lady who was trying to choose a walking pole. I still remain unsure of her destination but noticed her shaking her head and handing samples back to the stall owner. I tapped her on ...
... we're sealed for a scrumptious lunch shortly.
Left digs a bit late - walk 100m - it's raining - so stop and load on wet gear. Take 2 - it's now around 6:30 - manage to geographically get challenged for a bit. Take 3 - 7am on our way up the highway. The hill didn't deliver anything expected and while a decent ascent seriously wasn't a struggle. We were expecting some of the serious steepness we encountered on the downhill yesterday. But we knew we had a few ...