This was the final day, we didn't walk......
well, tourist walks.
Most of the buildings are baroque, which is not my favourite style, though the church is SO over the top that it almost kinda works.....
Ate a spectacular empanada, Xoritzo and eggs, might as well have hooked myself up to a cholesterol IV, but my oh my, was it ever good.
The big cathedral, from one side or another, it is actually a little confusing, honestly.
Strangely, there is a copy of the Virgin Mary from Montserrat!
with the shells that are the symbol of the camiño and the crossed swords as well.
Oddly, there was a Henry Moore exhibit outside the church...
The main entry to .... I'm not sure what building....
There is a fancy hotel, that used to be a hospital for pilgrims, funded by Isabel and Ferdinand. You can go in for a visit for 3 Euros and it is lovely.
I poked my nose into more places than I should have gone, but, whatever.
There are some very cool corners.
One of the courtyards,
This is from the pilgirm's museum. Or more correctly, the museum of pilgrimage, though after some token conversation about other global pilgrim routes, it is really focused on the Camiño de Santiago, of Camina de Sant Jaume....as the Catalans call it.
This is a then and now of clothing!
High high high Baroque, so high it almost kinda works. The alter in the Cathedral.
And that's the end of that trip!