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sillydoll

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For new members to this forum who might not be aware of them, there are webcams along the way and if you know where they are, you can arrange a place and time to wave to your family, friends and loved ones back home.
I visited a few web cameras this morning. The bay at Ferrol looks cold and grey - as does A Coruna and Lugo. The Cabo Fisterra webcam is out of order - and so is the one at O'Cebreiro (but that one seems to be permanently off.)
In Santiago I visited the Praza das Praterías where people are setting up their mobile stalls already.
The Praza do Obradoiro looks quiet and rather deserted.
And for the first time in a long while I was able to see inside central nave the cathedral including people in the first rows of seats.

You can visit these webcams here:
http://www.crtvg.es/camweb/index.asp

There are others along the camino.
At the Plaza del Castillo in Pamplona people are on their way to work.
http://www.concisegroup.com/webcam.htm

Burgos:
http://www.cajadeburgos.es/webcam/cid.htm
Leon:
http://www.aytoleon.es/web/cms/leon/webcam/index.jsp

You will find a comprehensive list of webcams at these websites:
http://groups.msn.com/ElCaminoSantiago/ ... bcams.msnw
http://www.santiagoturismo.com/camaras/

Abrazos,
 
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