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... Once there our primary goal was to find the municipal albergue. What we didn't know and what our guide didn't indicate is that this huge albergue is 5km away from the cathedral and in opposite directions of our Camino. We had followed the directions in the guide and couldn't find it and ended up totally lost and not speaking Spanish, no one seemed to know where this was. We end up taking a taxi and get dropped off at the correct location but at ...
... clean, dressed nice = non-pilgrim) couple looking at the rock and watching me. It seems they read the same guidebook and were here to give it a shot. They were from England, and I told them I only had 2 more to go. They look relieved that they weren't the only crazy ones doing this, and offered to take my picture. I finished my 9 times, took pictures of them on their first pass, and then made my way back up the ...
... slack, and swung back down even faster than before. I looked at the 6 full grown men, and it looked almost as if they left the ground each time it passed by, before they pulled all the way to the ground again. The church FILLED with incense to where it was almost hard to see. It was magnificent. Then, time to slow it down to a stop, and raise it back to it's resting position. I'm not sure who donated for the incense to be in today's mass, but I was very ...
... that it is good to make it a little happier for her. We have a few rest stops along the way, just to have a loo break and pace ourselves. The plan is to wait for Sharron at Monte de Gozo (Hill of Joy) where we discover the big monument erected in memory of the visit by Pope John Paul in 1989 when he led the final Mass for World Youth Day. Kym and I have lunch while we wait and then head down and eventually into the city itself. We arrive early ...
... to see what the cathedral and square looked like at that time of day. On our way, we heard a voice over a loudspeaker and saw a crowd on a side street. It was time for Stations of the Cross. This is a group of stops along a route, with a speaker telling of Jesus' journey to his crucifixion.
We spent some time in the Praza de Obradoiro, people- and cathedral-watching. Then headed to our usual bar for a drink before finding a nice Italian ...