Santiago, was the end of the pilgrimage for Saint James. Saint James was an Apostle of Jesus Christ.
Both arrows point the pilgrims in the right direction during their trek.
On Wednesdays we have excursions within the region. The Pilgrimage to Santiago (El Camono de Santiago) is a spiritual journey. The people of Logroño are accustomed to having pilgrims travel through the capital city of La Rioja. The path runs directly through the “Tapas” block. This block consists of 50 bars serving Spanish fast food. A group of us went with our professor and sampled the tasty bite sized dishes.
Alongside the meal you may order vino(wine), cerveza (beer) or musto (Fresh grape juice that has not begun fermentation). While dining at a Tapas bar, it is unusual to sit, and if you do it is on bar stools. In order to have your fill, you may order multiple times, due to the portions, or you may visit multiple bars. The prices are perfect.
Spain has so many places to visit. On of the favorite place is San Sebastián. It is a beautiful stretch of three beaches located in the Basque Autonomous Community, Spain.
There is a train available in walking distance from the beach. This train travels to France for 2, 90 €. The train ride is less than an hour.
Hasta la vista!!!
– Krystol Jones