Camino Real

Camino Real

Author: Tennessee Williams

Publisher: New Directions Publishing

ISBN: 0811218066

Category: Drama

Page: 210

View: 595

Now with a new introduction, the author's original Foreword and Afterword, the one-act play 10 Blocks on the Camino Real, plus an essay by noted Tennessee Williams scholar, Michael Paller.

Chevelle/El Camino Handbook

Chevelle/El Camino Handbook

Author: Chevy High Performance Magazine

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1557884285

Category: Transportation

Page: 170

View: 732

Now readers can turn their Chevelle or El Camino into the ultimate street machine. Here is a compilation of tech articles from Chevy High Performance, the most popular magazine among Chevy enthusiasts. Includes articles on engine performance, tires, wheels, suspension, bodywork, exhaust, and interior modifications. It's the the latest collaboration of the authors of Hot Rod, Car Craft, Chevy High Performance, among others. Complete with over 300 photos and illustrations.

Pilgrim's Guide to the Camino Frances

Pilgrim's Guide to the Camino Frances

Author: John Brierley

Publisher: Findhorn Press

ISBN: STANFORD:36105111934225

Category: Travel

Page: 319

View: 204

The route of St Jean Pied de Port in the foothills of the French Pyrenees to Santiago de Compostela represents one of the most popular Christian pilgrimages in the world. Walked by millions over the millennia it represents a force for spiritual transformation. This title offers a guide to the pilgrimage, including a fold out map and route planner, 33 daily stage maps with contour guides, 10 town maps including Santiago, a Sun Compass, to orientate your direction and information on all pilgrim hostels along the way together with details of alternative accommodation.

Del Camino

Del Camino

Author: Antonio Machado

Publisher: Gallery Books

ISBN: UCAL:B3599033

Category: Poetry

Page: 42

View: 443

ÁBuen Camino!

ÁBuen Camino!

Author: Evergreen Students

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781365881633


Page: 176

View: 360

Social Science

Heritage, Pilgrimage and the Camino to Finisterre

Heritage, Pilgrimage and the Camino to Finisterre

Author: Cristina Sánchez-Carretero

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319202129

Category: Social Science

Page: 211

View: 303

This book presents research concerning the effects of the Camino to Finisterre on the daily lives of the populations who live along the route, and the heritagization processes that exploitation of the Camino for tourism purposes involves. Rather than focusing on the route to Santiago de Compostela and the pilgrimage itself, it instead examines a peculiar part of the route, the Camino to Finisterre, employing multiple perspectives that consider the processes of heritagization, the effects of the pilgrimage on local communities, and the motivations of the pilgrims. The book is based on a three-year research project and is the result of a multidisciplinary collaboration between anthropologists, sociologists, historians and archaeologists. Instead of ending in Santiago, as the rest of the Caminos do, this route continues to the cape of Finisterre on the Galician Atlantic coast. This part of the Camino de Santiago is not officially recognized by the Catholic Church and does not count as part of reaching Compostela, the recognition granted by the Catholic Church to those pilgrims who have walked at least 100 km. For this reason, as well as its relationship with the sun cult, many pilgrims call this route “the Camino of the atheists.” In fact, the Catholic Church is a strong force for the heritagization of the rest of the Caminos, and maintains a clear ignoratio strategy concerning the Finisterre route: Officially, the church neither opposes nor recognizes this route.
Business & Economics

The Camino Way

The Camino Way

Author: Victor Prince

Publisher: AMACOM

ISBN: 9780814438251

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 208

View: 312

Business coach and former COO Victor Prince began his 500-mile trek on the Camino de Santiago as one person--driven, work-focused, and highly competitive--and he finished it a completely different one--more balanced, caring, and present in the moment. As he made his way on foot through rugged countryside and medieval towns, the life-altering journey allowed him to reflect, test his will, and join a community of strangers on a shared mission--resulting in seven essential leadership lessons inspired by the values emblazoned on the back of every pilgrim’s passport.In The Camino Way, Prince shares the lessons he learned while on his pilgrimage and guides readers on their own Camino de Santiago. As Prince did while on his journey, learn to:• Treat each day as its own adventure• Make others feel welcome• Learn from those who’ve walked before• Consider your impact on those who follow• And more!Each year hundreds of thousands trek across this 500-mile leadership journey like no other. Within these pages, learn the life-changing principles they are discovering!
El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro National Historic Trail (N.M. and Tex.)

El Camino Real de Los Tejas, Texas, Louisiana

El Camino Real de Los Tejas, Texas, Louisiana

Author: United States. National Park Service


ISBN: UVA:X030166824

Category: El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro National Historic Trail (N.M. and Tex.)

Page: 123

View: 803


The Camino de Santiago in the 21st Century

The Camino de Santiago in the 21st Century

Author: Samuel Sánchez y Sánchez

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317485025

Category: Religion

Page: 228

View: 389

The Spanish Camino de Santiago, a pilgrimage rooted in the Medieval period and increasingly active today, has attracted a growing amount of both scholarly and popular attention. With its multiple points of departure in Spain and other European countries, its simultaneously secular and religious nature, and its international and transhistorical population of pilgrims, this particular pilgrimage naturally invites a wide range of intellectual inquiry and scholarly perspectives. This volume fills a gap in current pilgrimage studies, focusing on contemporary representations of the Camino de Santiago. Complementing existing studies of the Camino’s medieval origins, it situates the Camino as a modern experience and engages interdisciplinary perspectives to present a theoretical framework for exploring the most central issues that concern scholars of pilgrimage studies today. Contributors explore the contemporary meaning of the Camino through an interdisciplinary lens that reflects the increasing permeability between academic disciplines and fields, bringing together a wide range of theoretical and critical perspectives (cultural studies, literary studies, globalization studies, memory studies, ethnic studies, postcolonial studies, cultural geographies, photography, and material culture). Chapters touch on a variety of genres (blogs, film, graphic novels, historical novels, objects, and travel guides), and transnational perspectives (Australia, the Arab world, England, Spain, and the United States).

Camino de Santiago

Camino de Santiago

Author: Sergi Ramis

Publisher: Frances Lincoln

ISBN: 9781781313121

Category: Travel

Page: 180

View: 255

The first one-volume walking guide to the most popular long-distance route walked by British tourists in Europe. With the advent of low-cost airlines it is as cheap for the British tourist to go to mainland Europe as to the extremities of the UK -- which is why in recent years continental long-distance routes have become increasingly popular with the British walker. Most popular by far is El Camino de Santiago de Compostela, the ancient Christian pilgrimage route that has been travelled for over a thousand years to the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, where, legend has it, the bones of St James are buried. This guide follows the most popular route, starting at St Jean-Pied-de-Port in south-west France and heading all the way westwards across northern Spain for 800km to finish at Cape Finisterre on the Atlantic coast. Now, extending its series of Trail Guides beyond the UK for the first time, Aurum publishes the first compact one-volume guide to the path, fully illustrated with photography, it offers comprehensive route directions, sectional route maps, gradient profiles, a history of the route and details of sights to see and separate chapter guides to the main cities along the way like Pamplona, and a list of accommodation en route.

Camino Português

Camino Português

Author: Alda Petitti

Publisher: BalboaPress

ISBN: 9781452541723

Category: Religion

Page: 112

View: 666

The sky darkens and the wind increases rustling the leaves of the trees. The fragrance of Eucalyptus is in the air, and it feels biblical. As soon as I step under a canopy of trees, the sky opens up. I leap up under a tree and lean against the muddy wall of the trail and wait as God unleashes His power.

The Camino Killer

The Camino Killer

Author: Gabriel Martínez

Publisher: Babelcube Inc.

ISBN: 9781633392328

Category: Fiction

Page: 222

View: 830

A murder takes place in Saint Jean Pied de Port (France), and so the Gendarmerie’s investigation begins. The next day, another murder is committed with identical characteristics in the Roncesvalles pilgrim shelter . The conclusion is that a serial killer is on the loose on the Camino de Santiago. More crimes are expected and Captain Roncal of the Guardia Civil is named to solve the case. This detective thriller unfolds along the centuries-traveled pilgrim route, the Camino de Santiago, which in the end becomes a rite of passage for the protagonists themselves.