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Postcards and Pilgrimages from Santiago

Here's a post from WebTV, quite a bit like a postcard from afar. I cannot access any other pages, so I cant put in any links. Sorry about that. I am lucky, I guess, to just be able to get on the internet in Santiago de Compestela, Tomorrow, though, I will find an internet cafe, which should provide a better means of posting. It is difficult using a wireless keyboard and a television monitor. Not all of the keys work on the keyboard (like the apostrophe), and the TV screen is far from sharp.

Nonetheless, the view outside the room is spectacular. I am staying at the Rios Catholicos, a Parador hotel, right next to the Santiago cathedral. It is supposedly the oldest hotel in the world. Pretty cool to be able to use the internet from it, though. Saw the tomb of the apostle St. James, and did the last bit of the pilgrimage.

More tomorrow.

Printer friendly page Permalink Email to a friend Posted by J. Craig Williams on Monday, September 06, 2004 at 15:29 Comments Closed (0) |
 
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