Pilgrims celebrate the end of their hundreds of miles of trekking to get to Santiago de Compastella. We saw many pilgrims on the road traveling to this Medieval Cathedral.
It is relatively a depressing place compared with the Gothic style we have been seeing.
St. James is buried here and many pilgrims come to see his resting place under the Altar which looks pretty much laden with gold.
The ceilings and vaults are pretty simple. It is a medium sized cathedral with an ornate exterior.
The countryside around this part of Galicia in Spain is stunning.
Thursday is a day at sea before coming into Cherbourg France for a tour of the D-Day Beaches.