Round up at The Way of the Fathers. History, customs, tons of stuff at Fisheaters.
At some point I really want to walk the Camino de Santiago.
By the way, as some of you know, I'm a huge fan of historical murder mysteries. One of my favorites is Sharan Newman's Catherine Levendeur series, set in 13th century France. The author is a historian and brings alive her period with amazing and breathtaking detail, and avoids anachronistic views as much as possible, apart from being a fascintating window into Jewish-Christian relations of the period as well. One of the novels (Cursed in the Blood, the fifth in the series) involves the heroine making the pilgrimage of St. James from southern France over the Pyrennees into northern Spain.