Rosa Rosae PR3*

Calle la Rosa, 7, Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, 15702, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Santiago de Compostela

Our day in Santiago

A travel blog entry by lindalequesne


After somewhat enjoying our complimentary continental breakfast (still can't figure out how/why food is left at room temperature all day - even things like yogurt, milk, cheese, ham....), we headed back to the Old Towne to meet our friends. Surprise surprise - it's raining again! The hotel staff let us borrow an umbrella, which helped. We met "Team …

Lavacolla to Santiago - destination reached!

A travel blog entry by lindalequesne


We did it! We finished the Camino today - 135 km altogether, in 8 days. What an achievement! It's equivalent to doing the Vancouver Sun Run (walking) twice a day for 7 days. I'm so proud of us! This is how the day unfolded.... We had another yummy breakfast at 8:30 (Judy says it's the best breakfast served in Spain). Pepe gave us postcards of Palas …

Unity, love and releasing the old...

A travel blog entry by kymmurphy


And so the Camino has ended...the physical Camino that is. Whilst it was great to sleep until 7:30am and not worry about having my suitcase ready before 8am for transportation, it was with a strange feeling that I had a shower and prepared myself for the day ahead. Life on the Camino is about getting up early, getting dressed without a morning shower (showers soften the skin which equals blisters), brushing your teeth before breakfast ...

Freaking made it!

A travel blog entry by larimcdonald


... distance. You have to pay €3 for this (yes) but we will queue up again tomorrow for that. We also discover that there is a very special compestella tells this year we can get from the Franciscan church. Every one hundred years they issue a compestella. 2014 is one of these years and no one on the Camino seemed to know about it but we all hear once we are in Santiago. Yes! So 3 compestellas. Feeling truly blessed. So looks like we are doing ...

Santiago de Compostela - Arrival!

A travel blog entry by kbrooksy


... but also ourselves. Ultimately, the biggest thing is to live every day, not just survive it (and in the process enjoy walking on the 'grassy bits' of life!) Lastly, thank you to Jill and all of who over the last few months have supported the other key objective if this 'pilgrimage' which was to raise money for cancer research. With your help we have raised $9,640 - almost the $10,000 I had thought to be ambitious! (Just goes to prove another thing I've learnt on this journey - ...

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