Places I Remember with Lea Lane

Northern Spain: Walking The Camino de Santiago -- Spirituality, Fun, More

February 23, 2021 Anne Born, author of 'If You Stand Here,' has walked the popular pilgrimage 9 times! Season 1 Episode 4
Places I Remember with Lea Lane
Northern Spain: Walking The Camino de Santiago -- Spirituality, Fun, More
Chapters
4:06
History of the Camino pilgrimage
6:25
Most popular routes
7:01
How to earn a certificate
8:04
Typical day on the Camino
10:18
Meeting people on the pilgrimage
11:20
What the scallop shell represents
13:36
Lodgings along the way
19:37
Local foods of Northern Spain
21:16
Pit stops/problems
22:03
More about food!
23:27
Different ways of moving
24:44
The Camino with family
26:38
Spirituality and the Milky Way
27:58
Favorite memory of the Camino!
Places I Remember with Lea Lane
Northern Spain: Walking The Camino de Santiago -- Spirituality, Fun, More
Feb 23, 2021 Season 1 Episode 4
Anne Born, author of 'If You Stand Here,' has walked the popular pilgrimage 9 times!

---  Anne Born has walked The Camino de Santiago (the Way of St. James) in Northwest Spain nine times. Ancient pilgrim routes stretch across Europe, coming together at the tomb of St. James in the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela. She shares info about history, varied routes, best lodgings, local foods, and symbols -- on this bucket-list adventure.  

-- The Way of St. James was one of the most important pilgrimages during the Middle Ages. The most popular walk, an ancient Roman trade route starting in France, is now a UNESCO Heritage Site.

-- Many route
s, including one from Lisbon or Porto Portugal, converge to the Cathedral. And some travelers walk beyond, to the most western point in Spain, Cape Finisterre, on the Atlantic Coast in Galicia. Land’s End in Latin. 

-- Anne takes us through a typical day on the Camino. Some pilgrims walk for fun, some for spiritual reasons or to bond with others. She shares fascinating tidbits about the best  ways to meet people, the meaning of the scallop shell, where to stay -- and innkeepers' hospitality. She fondly remembers the best local foods, different ways to go -- including biking; and the spirituality that pilgrims find under the Big Sky of Northern Spain.

--- We also chat about major cities on the Camino, like Burgos, and of the magnificent cathedral there and in Santiago. And we end with her favorite travel memory of the Camino.
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Author/poet/photographer Anne Born is an award-winning New York-based writer who blogs on The Backpack Press and Tumbleweed Pilgrim. Her popular book is "Buen Camino! Tips from an American Pilgrim."  Her new guidebook is written about the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela for English-speaking pilgrims: “If You Stand Here.TheBackpackPress.com
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Podcast host Lea Lane has traveled to over 100 countries, written many travel books, including Places I Remember, and has contributed to dozens of guidebooks. She's @lealane on Twitter and  blogs about travel at forbes.com  Contact her at placesirememberlealane.com
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Please subscribe to Places I Remember with Lea Lane, and leave a review on Apple! New travel episodes every Tuesday, wherever you listen to podcasts.





Show Notes Chapter Markers

---  Anne Born has walked The Camino de Santiago (the Way of St. James) in Northwest Spain nine times. Ancient pilgrim routes stretch across Europe, coming together at the tomb of St. James in the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela. She shares info about history, varied routes, best lodgings, local foods, and symbols -- on this bucket-list adventure.  

-- The Way of St. James was one of the most important pilgrimages during the Middle Ages. The most popular walk, an ancient Roman trade route starting in France, is now a UNESCO Heritage Site.

-- Many route
s, including one from Lisbon or Porto Portugal, converge to the Cathedral. And some travelers walk beyond, to the most western point in Spain, Cape Finisterre, on the Atlantic Coast in Galicia. Land’s End in Latin. 

-- Anne takes us through a typical day on the Camino. Some pilgrims walk for fun, some for spiritual reasons or to bond with others. She shares fascinating tidbits about the best  ways to meet people, the meaning of the scallop shell, where to stay -- and innkeepers' hospitality. She fondly remembers the best local foods, different ways to go -- including biking; and the spirituality that pilgrims find under the Big Sky of Northern Spain.

--- We also chat about major cities on the Camino, like Burgos, and of the magnificent cathedral there and in Santiago. And we end with her favorite travel memory of the Camino.
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Author/poet/photographer Anne Born is an award-winning New York-based writer who blogs on The Backpack Press and Tumbleweed Pilgrim. Her popular book is "Buen Camino! Tips from an American Pilgrim."  Her new guidebook is written about the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela for English-speaking pilgrims: “If You Stand Here.TheBackpackPress.com
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Podcast host Lea Lane has traveled to over 100 countries, written many travel books, including Places I Remember, and has contributed to dozens of guidebooks. She's @lealane on Twitter and  blogs about travel at forbes.com  Contact her at placesirememberlealane.com
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Please subscribe to Places I Remember with Lea Lane, and leave a review on Apple! New travel episodes every Tuesday, wherever you listen to podcasts.





History of the Camino pilgrimage
Most popular routes
How to earn a certificate
Typical day on the Camino
Meeting people on the pilgrimage
What the scallop shell represents
Lodgings along the way
Local foods of Northern Spain
Pit stops/problems
More about food!
Different ways of moving
The Camino with family
Spirituality and the Milky Way
Favorite memory of the Camino!