Hotel Santa Lucia
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Travel Blogs from Santiago de Compostela
... and hundreds of years make way for roads and buildings. We have arrived; others may say made it! No big wave of emotion comes over me, nor do I cry like many before me. My emotion is pure admiration for my 72 year old father who again has travelled the way to Santiago with one knee that has been replaced and one that should. What an achievement. Well done again Dad, I think you have one more left in you... Buon Camino ...
... She went down clutching an ankle. We stopped to apologise and see what we could do but after a minute the guy said everything was OK and to keep going. I had visions of this poor girl's camino ending 2 km from the finish. We saw her a couple of times in the city later in the day and there was no limping so it must have been just a flesh wound.
About 200 metres later, we used a pedestrian crossing and Warren nearly slipped badly. Luckily, he had ...
... if not thousands) of miles and getting trapped in the Old Town unable to find your way to the cathedral, the symbol of the journey's end. Soul-destroying... We searched and wandered and then finally we arrived in a big square and there it was. It's quite a sight.
We went to a couple of museums, one about pilgrimages and another about life in Galicia through the ages. We didn't realise that the information boards of the latter would ...
... night and day. It was forecast to continue like this for days, which really stole any remaining enthusiasm I may have had for either spending much time in Santiago de Compostela or continuing on to Fisterra or Porto. The end of the Camino was profoundly anticlimactic as the final two blocks were "under construction" in that there was equipment and dirt everywhere and things were blocked off, but there was no actual work being done. Instead ...
... grocery store for morning provisions. We are starting our walk to the ocean tomorrow and make plans to meet in front of the cathedral at 7 AM. We head towards the cathedral to see it lit up before we head back to the hotel. There is live music all over the plaza and we head towards the crowd. While there, we see Blue! We stop to chat with her to see how the rest of her journey to Santiago was and see if she will be joining us ...