Travel Blogs from Santiago de Compostela
We took a slow pace to get to Salceda because apparently there is nothing here. Well wrong. There's a lovely new restaurant. The weather was hot and it seemed like the road got longer as we we looked for our Pousada. Exhausted and sore. Tomorrow is another good walk before Santiago. A large cold beer and a nice hot shower sorted us ...
Our pilgrimage is complete. Through rain, hail, and high water; cozy hostels and cattle stall municipal albergues; sickness and health; we made it to Santiago. It was a beautiful day to finish the trip and we've enjoyed visiting all the sights of the city. We hope all the friends we've met along the way have made it here safely. For those still on their way, Buen Camino! Distance Traveled: 28.3 ...
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... had started in a town called St Jean, a further 450km east of Leon and another 3 or so weeks of walking. Our walking itinerary followed the route of Camino Frances, made very easy by yellow arrows and scallop shell symbols guiding our way.
Setting forth with our backpacks we left Leon and started our journey west. Tom and I were both questioning whether this was really worth continuing about 9km in; it was raining and cold ...
... accommodations and have a great lunch! The weather is perfect no rain sunshine and cool temperature. Terry and I visit the Cathedral and go up and hug Santiago! I give him a big hug! I then look around the church and go to every chapel. It is a massive church really beautiful! I finally ask a security guard if I could leave my handkerchief with all the prayers and petitions with Santiago. He said it was possible! He took me ...
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