Hostal Anosa Casa

Address: Entremurallas, 9, Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, 15702, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
 
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      Travel Blogs from Santiago de Compostela

      Get me to the church on time!

      A travel blog entry by kristimoen on Sep 16, 2014

      14 comments, 22 photos

      ... whoever it was! The mass ended, and I began my search for the 4 things to do. I went by the hand print in the marble, which was incredible. I went to the apostle and hugged him, put my head on his shoulders, and thanked him for getting me here safely and with no hospital visits (I know, odd, but this is what came to me!?). This is where it gets weird. I got a very strong feeling that I wasn't done - that I needed to say something more, but that I didn't ...

      Camino reflections

      A travel blog entry by mary_and_paul on Aug 20, 2014

      4 comments, 3 photos

      When we last posted, the family had just been reunited. On the heals of completing the Camino with Bobby and Natalie, Angelica joined us for some significant family time. Sat. Aug 16 was Paul's mom, Bobbie's birthday. She would have been 81. Sun. Aug. 17 was my big 5-0 And Tues. Aug. 19 was my mom's first birthday in heaven. Amidst all the surprise, thoughts and emotions were difficult to articulate. Now on the ...

      The Compostella

      A travel blog entry by cherylmcinnes on Jun 10, 2014

      4 comments, 8 photos

      ... but bump into other pilgrims we have met and journeyed with over the weeks, and decide to sit and have a beer with them after a round of "high fives" and "congratulations" and hugs. It is amazing how much you share with other people along this trek. People you have never known and will likely never meet again, but this long trek of happiness and hardship really binds people together, even if for a short while. Eventually I join the queue at ...

      God only knows!

      A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Apr 24, 2014

      3 comments, 20 photos

      ... the cathedral for all these people that have walked and cycled so far to get here. While we sat there for ten or fifteen minutes, pilgrims were steadily moving in and out of the small patch on the top of this hill that now has a sculpture of modern art, depicting important events like the visit of Pope John Paul II. In the medieval times, millions were said to have made this journey each year.

      Santiago de Compostella

      A travel blog entry by oldfool on Oct 12, 2013

      7 comments, 21 photos

      The boys arrived at my hotel to pick me up shortly before 10:00, and along the way found Elisabeth. We had coffee before heading out of course. The walk into Santiago was not scenic, mostly pavement and I think the mood was, let's get on with it. Once in the city it was like any other city until we reached the old part of town, where we entered the Cathedral square. There were no trumpets or welcoming committee of any kind, just us walking into ...