I walked the Camino Santiago (Camino Frances) in 2003, one of the most rewarding, and yet also the most hard, journeys I have ever undertaken. Walking the Camino is (or was) a highly spiritual experience, and it’s not surprising that the ‘pilgrims’ are regarded with respect in Spain, and are often emotional by the time they reach Santiago.
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Franklin D Roosevelt, inscribed on the FDR memorial, Washington DC.