Happened upon this place by chance, and there were people in the doorway, and we went in....there was an amazing art expo by local school pupils which was very impressive. Followed the building, and went to go upstairs (had missed the note on entrance fee as the doorway was busy) and was stopped abruptly. The member of staff explained about what was upstairs, and we paid the entry fee (once we realised). On looking around upstairs, you got a real feel for the way people lived on their pilgrimage, and how sparse the life was. A very simple building to visit, but it gave a real taste of how they would have lived.
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