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

Better after a beer

A travel blog entry by baileysworld


We took a slow pace to get to Salceda because apparently there is nothing here. Well wrong. There's a lovely new restaurant. The weather was hot and it seemed like the road got longer as we we looked for our Pousada. Exhausted and sore. Tomorrow is another good walk before Santiago. A large cold beer and a nice hot shower sorted us ...

Santiago and the Pilgrim Mass

A travel blog entry by cherylmcinnes


... the Botafumeiro in use, 8 men come out dressed in the maroon garb of the tiraboleiros whose job is to light and swing the enormous thurible. The whole congregation shifts with excitement and hot coals are first placed within the B, followed by a large quantity of incense. Once the incense is smoking, they gather around the pulleys and initially lift it up and then begin to swing it until it is swinging so high it appears to almost touch ...

God only knows!

A travel blog entry by roamingfree


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When the hermit told him he had seen bright lights in the forest, legend has it that the bishop was guided by a star ...

Walking the Camino

A travel blog entry by huntingaurochs


... actually probably safer it we don't give her a nickname. But of course there were so many really great people we met along the way. A real mix of cultures, experiences and reasons for doing the Camino. This was definitely a highlight of the trip, the camaraderie of the Camino.

So what do you do when you have 8 hours walking each day? Some chose to listen to music, some chose to mediate on the meaning of life, but ...

Lavacolla to Santiago 11k (6.8 miles)

A travel blog entry by elaineburgess


... throat. Down thru a short tunnel where a young woman is playing the bagpipes. You walk on knowing you are really close. Left turn and there it is, a big open square and the cathedral de Santiago is towering above. After 4 weeks and 370 miles of walking, we have obtained our goal, reached our destination. We hugged, cried, took a few photos and went to the tourist office to get our final stamp and official certificate, the Compostela. At ...

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