Pombal, 44, Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, 15705, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Santiago de Compostela

Melide - walked 20km

A travel blog entry by ellenzimmer


... with some Spanish folks. I had a nice visit with Mike from South Africa. He was one of the guys that stayed with us in Vilache. Kim and Alyssa went to check out the city. We tried to get up and out early, but just took so long getting around. I think it will be another hot ...

Camino - D13

A travel blog entry by dedmonds


... mixed feelings coming into Santiago, relief that the walking was over, but sadness that we won't be doing it again tomorrow.

This evening we went to a renaissance choral recital in San Francisco church, a British group of about 30 men and women are touring here. It was a free recital and magnificent to listen to, the only instrument, their voices. ...


A travel blog entry by anngreen


... it's on my back so much easier to carry. Our apartment is very nice, with views of the neighboring rooftops and the cathedral. We got our share of weefee before heading out to explore this place that for some reason is so special to me.
First stop, the clock tower on the side of the Cathedral of St. James. We walked around the front to see the fašade and of course the ...

We made it - we are here - estamos aquí

A travel blog entry by rosiemarzouk


... here for 2 nights. This afternoon we have been doing boring essentials (buying bus tickets to Porto on Saturday, and going to a laundromat) and tomorrow will be devoted to exploring Santiago properly, and going to the midday pilgrim Mass in the cathedral. This seems a lovely city, and there is so much hustle and bustle that we are not used to. I don't know the size compared to Pamplona, Logroño, ...

Race To The Finish

A travel blog entry by alanizcamino


... very detailed in its art work. As we wait for the mass to start, we see other pilgrims we have encountered previously. People we do not know well, maybe have spoken to for a total of 10 minutes, but we all embrace for hugs and tell each other congratulations. It is just an overwhelming feeling to embrace each other at the end of a long journey. Mass is about to begin and the crowd starts to settle down. The cathedral is set in a cross design, with the alter at the top of the cross ...

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