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... They told me that if I don't print out my boarding pass ahead of time, I get charged 40€ or $60 dollars at the counter. I found a pay-by-the-minute computer where I could print it out. It was a little difficult because I couldn't get it to translate into English, but I got it printed! Tomorrow we will arrive in Santiago. If we get there early enough, we can attend the pilgrim's mass at noon. Adios, ...
... of Arca O Pino/Pedrouzo and more eucalyptus forest. Shortly after sunrise the thunder started off in the distance, but we had a brilliant blue sky and high white clouds overhead for a couple of hours. At one point we emerged from the woods to find a massive rainbow stretching from nearly one end of our horizon to the other! We kept walking toward the middle of the rainbow, simply amazed at how it framed our route. We stopped for cafe con leche, a banana, ...
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I had to accept, however, that I was not going to make it to Santiago de Compostela with the boys without another rest day so I made the tricky decision and jumped ahead by leaving the Camino del Norte route just before Sebrayu and skipping the two days walking which connects the Norte to the other Camino route we all intended to walk along – the Camino Primitivo. It’s called the Primitivo because it was the path that ...
... to get caught chatting to them, we swung left to eat our brunch. Pilgrim Mass was on at 12, so we wanted to be in on time, but not beside them. Of course, the minute we got up from eating, one of them conveniently decided to go and look at the little shrine to the train crash victims that's developing in front of the cathedral. And read every single note, despite once admitting to having no Spanish. After dawdling while taking many, many unnecessary photos of the cathedral's ...
... city and has a very different feel than Segovia, Toledo & Madrid. Besides the fact that it is a bilingual city – Castilian Spanish and Gallego – it does not seem to cater to tourists, has lots of young people and families and very active with lots to see and do. We enjoyed the majority of our day just walking around the city, taking in various sites and people watching.
We toured ...
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