From Peter Robin's site:
http://www.caminosantiago.org/cpperegri ... talana.asp
Pictures slide show from YouTube:
In the spring of 1624 three pilgrims left their tiny village near Cuenca and set out for Santiago. They were Francisco Patiño, his wife María de Franchis and Francisco´s cousin Sebastián de la Huerta. Their motive for going to the tomb of the apostle was very personal; they wished to give thanks to God for a miraculous escape from a fire that engulfed their home the previous year. That they were alive, Francisco believed, was due to the miraculous intervention of Santiago himself. Midday of 22 April they arrived at the Cathedral of Santiago. Their route had taken near Monteagudo as well as Santo Domingo de Silos before they joined the Camino Francés at Burgos. That we know of their pilgrimage, its motives and their itinerary is because these were recorded both by Francisco´s employer, the Duke of Modena, and by the ecclesiastical authorities at Santiago cathedral. On 2 May this little family group left the cathedral to return to their village, a distance of some 500 miles.
http://www.decuencaasantiago.org/rutala ... grinos.htm