Hotel Ruta Jacobea
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... pastries. It wasn't an especially sustaining breakfast, but a reminder that some of us had choices due to our finances, and humbling to imagine living off of handouts, leftovers. The four others were from France, Estonia, Japan, and the Czech Republic. Quite the international group...Following breakfast, we went to the cathedral in hopes of catching a Mass in English. When we arrived, Mass was just finishing up for All Souls' Day, and the recessional turned ...
... the top floor and the window looks out to the cathedral tower. Luckily it's the one without scaffolding. While I still have the patience, and strength, I leave my stuff and head to the Officio de Pelegrini to get my compostela. For another 2eu I can get another one that is personalised. And for another 2eu a tube to roll them up in. An investment to be sure. I've bumped into a number of people I've met along the way. Some leave tomorrow to walk to Finisterre. Others are on ...
... are the remains of St. James.
There were many signs forbidding cameras with flash and although certain individuals ignored the request I decided that the new me would obey it. It is here for others to see and not just me.Its interior was as simplistic as the exterior although there was a sense of peace and welcome within.I saw the mighty Botafumeiro with its marvelous engineered pulleys and ropes and was quite excited by what was ...
... accomplishment but remain cautious knowing the Camino can take away as fast as it can give: a fall from a bunk, a twisted ankle on an ancient Roman rock in the road, an infestation of bedbugs or a piece of bad chorizo. We have decided to forgo thoughts of attending noon mass on Friday in Santiago where it is said that the giant incense burner will swing from the ceiling (a special event only offered periodically but heralded by all ...
... sign Pulperia... There was a man outside preparing fresh octopus which is one of their specialties. We met eyes snd I thought, I'm taking a shower and rest and I am having my meal there... The owner once again saw that tired pilgrim look and escorted me directly to my room..what a scrapbook of ragged pilgrims they could put together.. Did my pilgrim routine and was fresh and ready for a hearty meal... Got to the restaurant and he had just served the ...