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Camino del Norte 22: Sobrado des Monxes - Santiago de Compostela

04:10
34.0 mi
8.1 mph
1,750 ft
2,575 ft

Tour Overview

0 yd
Tag 22
6.74 mi
Römischer Meilenstein in Boimorto
11.7 mi
14.7 mi
15.2 mi
16.0 mi
25.5 mi
Eine der hoffentlich letzten Schiebepartien
Nochmals durch Wald
29.5 mi
Monte do Gozo
Der erste Blick auf Santiago
30.1 mi
30.1 mi
Pilgerfreude im Regen
33.6 mi
Die Muschel begleitet!
Gran Seminario / Hospideria San Martin Pinairo
Wir sind doch glatt an der Rückseite der Kathedrale gelandet!
Angekommen!!
El Camino de la Vida continua!
Noch mehr Stempel!
Soviel Stempel!
34.0 mi
34.0 mi

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Andreas & Barbara went for a bike ride.

September 23, 2019

Comments

  • Andreas & Barbara

    El Camino de la Vida continua!
    We have arrived! Joy over joy as with strangers! Could you measure the daily amount of happiness hormone that is experienced here, it must be very much! And take this, distribute it to all who do not really voluntarily take such hardships on themselves, but urged by life circumstances, there would be more happiness on this earth!
    Pilgrims and refugees, both on the way, how could this community contribute to the well-being?
    Well the day started, cloudy and dry, but the threatening clouds only lasted until Monte do Gozo. It was a rain entrance then.In order not to run into the Franches too early, we decided on a variant that leads to St. Irene instead of Azur. On the way we took, that even a stopover would actually only increase the mountain scoring and it is better not to branch off to the Camino Franches but to drive directly to the airport and into the city. Amazing that the Camino again offers almost everything on the last km! Beautiful landscape, tedious national road with the first really heavy truck traffic, stormy wind, mountain climbs, ...
    Good to be there now!

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    • September 23, 2019

  • Erika Karner

    Bravo and congratulations on your great achievement! Lg Erika

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    • September 23, 2019

  • Juliana

    Congratulation, envy you. Best regards and all the best
    23 September 1848 Ms Alphonse is ordained a priest and tomorrow 24 September 1848 he holds his first mass.

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    • September 23, 2019

  • genussradler.at

    Oh how nice! Is not the first view of the cathedral an incredibly beautiful moment? We also love to think back to it. Thank you for traveling with you 👍

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    • September 23, 2019

  • F17

    Congratulations on completing the Camino.
    I'm happy for and with you, that you have completed this great tour.

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    • September 23, 2019

  • Andreas & Barbara

    Thank you all for your dear appreciation and your companionship. This pilgrim community whether on site or digital has helped us well!@ Juliana: that we arrived on such a special day is especially beautiful! Did Ms. Alphonse make the Camino herself once? Was more in Jerusalem!

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    • September 23, 2019

  • Verena

    Great, congratulations 👏👏👏 there you have already done it😀. We want to be there on sunday. Regards Monica and Verena 👣👣

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    • September 25, 2019

  • Andreas & Barbara

    @ Verena and Monica: Thank you, yes it was a wonderful experience and it takes really good time to arrive inside and enjoy with so many people this time.
    However, if you arrive before noon, it is important to go to the pilgrims' office right after the first photo or take a breather to get a waiting number for the Compostela. After about 13:00 there is no more, even if in September every day 2,000 people want a compostela. Then it can be enjoyed well on the square and spend the waiting time.

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    • September 26, 2019

  • Andreas & Barbara

    Camino del Norte
    San Sebastián - Santiago
    807.4 km
    11.900m cumulative rise
    11.841m cumulative departure

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    • October 10, 2019

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