San Francisco Hotel Monumento
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... noble association for an Apostle of the Prince of Peace. But to return to Shakespeare and Othello, this story it adds another level of power to Iago’s cry of “I hate the Moor!”
Once a year the Spanish king gives an offering at the statue of St. James Matamoros at the Cathedral here, where his remains are said to be interred and where you can walk up and touch (or embrace, as most were doing) a statue of him. One of the few nice stories ...
... and quickly arrange a change. Santiago De Compostella - 8.30 we go on an optional excursion to Rias Baixas. Southward to the RIA DE AROUSA one of the deep fjord-like estuaries of GALICIA. Beautiful coastal scenery with beaches, vineyards, palm trees, and old stone houses. Visit a typical Galician granite 'Pazo' grand manor house of the old aristocracy, and the port of O Grove. In the afternoon we go on a tour of the old town of Santiago ...
... line standing tomorrow.
Now find our accom which just happens to be a full on apartment and we didn't know. We thought we had 3 single beds but no, 2 bedrooms, 1 double bed and two singles. Guess who got the double. Advantage of being the girl amongst two boys! So it's off to the supermarket because I am cooking breakfast tomorrow for all of us. No toastadas or croissants tomorrow. Hell yeah!
And hairdresser here I come! Feel wonderful. ...
Today we hugged a saint, well not a real one but a gold embossed model of one that is placed in the middle of an opulent cathedral. I am not a Roman Catholic but hey if that is what they think heaven looks like; too much bling for me! The cathedral does hold the record for me of collection boxes though as they even had one in the ...
... a couple doing the walk with a baby, other pilgrims, listened to an arguing family. You cannot do this in a car, bus or train..... Most importantly the walk gave us time to connect, to learn more about each other, to strengthen our friendships, to forge new ones. We came across the Lavacolla creek faster than expected and there wasn't much to it. Before we knew it we were at Monte Do Gozo. Being the final day there were lots of pilgrims around. There was a buzzing ...