Hostal Alfonso

40 Pombal Street, Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, 15705, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hostel
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    Pilgrims Rest

    A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Jul 20, 2014

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    ... the one with the blue and white stripped seats won out in the end. We washed a seafood lunch down with a local Cider that the area is famous for. The jury is still out on the Cider as it didn't really taste what we were expecting. We enjoyed some magnificent scenery in the car that day with the ocean on the north bounded by cliffs and the Picos de Europa running east-west on on southern side for most of the trip. If we had a bit more time and the weather was ...

    Goodbye Santiago

    A travel blog entry by anngreen on Apr 17, 2014

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    ... the hippy shop. I quickly bought a scarf while Diva Diane piled clothes in the dressing room. Tammi and I waited for her at the watering hole we visited earlier. FINALLY she arrived, with a full bag and big smile...and a gift from the shop owner. Tammi and I were already gettin' our drink on, so Diva had some catching up to do. We had a very good dinner there along with more libations. Tammi liked her lasagne so much she ...

    A free day

    A travel blog entry by jules.harnett on Oct 18, 2013

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    ... but even though the service was in Spanish, with occasional translations into English and German, I found it familiar and moving. Then we were treated to the famous censer swinging ever higher as it cut an enormous arc from maybe a meter from the floor to the night of the Romanesque windows. I was surprised that it happened, because we had heard that it was done only the day before. The incense, the nun's clear soprano chanting and the huge container gave me one of ...

    Day 12

    A travel blog entry by dan.oconnor.121 on May 18, 2013

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    ... see in Home Depot in January during a chinook). I considered putting on my rain pants a couple of times to break the wind, but then what kind of Canadian boy would I be, complaining about cold legs. I've had much colder legs playing road hockey or tabogoning at mont grove hill. We stopped at a small bar and I had a cafe con leche. As usual very, very nice. But small. I wish they were bigger. Anyway we met Karen from Vancouver, who isn't thrilled with the Camino experience. ...

    Two nights to go!

    A travel blog entry by adrihinc on May 10, 2013

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    ... are now close to the finishing line. You have travelled along many stages of El Camino. Behind are many experiences: enjoyment and happiness, sweat and pain. During El Camino you would have had time to contemplate different types of beauty from nature and receiving the generosity of so many people, to meet other pilgrims, and hopefully, to have found yourself, to have renewed your interior self (and to have found a new face of God). All this will leave a ...

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