Hotel Santa Lucia
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... on the walls. I remember this from living in Madrid 20 years ago, but it’s come back to me now as I see the
trash pile up in the empty lots near our house. People tend to have little oases within their own property boundaries and ignore the exterior graffiti and trash. I don’t know whether to follow their lead or start an earth day-esque campaign to clean up the parks and sidewalks…
If a pedestrian is at a cross-walk, they ...
... the one with the blue and white stripped seats won out in the end. We washed a seafood lunch down with a local Cider that the area is famous for. The jury is still out on the Cider as it didn't really taste what we were expecting. We enjoyed some magnificent scenery in the car that day with the ocean on the north bounded by cliffs and the Picos de Europa running east-west on on southern side for most of the trip. If we had a bit more time and the weather was ...
... our experiences.
Back to the hotel early tonight to pack and have our clothes ready for the early morning trip to the railway station. Should be a short report tomorrow as we are on the train until 9.30pm when we arrive in Barcelona. It's now after 10pm but still noisy outside. We hope to get a better sleep.
What a birthday with all the lovely messages from Australia, and all the trouble Richard and Warren went to to make it so memorable.
Every Friday at 7:30pm the cathedral in Santiago has a special service ending with the swinging of the botafumeiro, a massive incense burner. We knew we should go early as seats could be filled. We arrived at about 6:45pm and there wasn't a seat free! I estimate that there were 800 people in the cathedral. Five priests conducted the mass and about 7 men, dressed in red velvet cloaks, swung ...
(Events on 9/18/2013, written on 9/18/2013.) Our day starts with Casper waking us up at 6:15 AM. We grab our jackets, put on our flops and head out the door with him. We all walk towards the bus stop. We chat about the Camino and our favorite memories. Before we realize it, we are at the bus stop waiting for Casper's bus to the airport. There is sadness in the air, but also excitement as this was Casper's first leg of his world tour (he is now headed ...