A Marina Hotel

Address: Rua Os Pazos, 6 y 8, Cambados, Galicia, 36630, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Rua Os Pazos, 6 y 8, Cambados.
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      Day 35 -- Fri. Aug 15, Santiago

      A travel blog entry by mary_and_paul on Aug 16, 2014

      1 comment, 2 photos

      We were on the Camino by 4:45am, our earliest start and with all 4 of us! We had about 7 miles to go to Santiago. We expected big crowds so we hoped to be ahead of them. The morning was beautiful. We walked by the light of a 3/4 moon and our headlamps. Lucia helped us get some breakfast foods ready the night before. Each of us shared a reflection as we walked into Santiago: what are 3 things you need in your backpack to carry the Camino back to regular life? Focus on the smile ...

      The journey and not the destination

      A travel blog entry by claudiavail on Jul 23, 2014

      5 comments, 35 photos

      ... day,...when we turned and looked into each other's eyes... It was a feeling i will never forget. There was a oneness and knowingness of the journeys we all shared The city, which is very beautiful, filled with history every where you turn, was filled with pilgrims and tourists that all arrived for the big celebration of Santiago on the eve of july 24. Even the new king of Spain was here. The police came from all parts of Spain. The party ...

      Melide to Santiago, Spain

      A travel blog entry by dyak on May 23, 2014


      ... being redirected by a farmer. fortunately, we had only gone 100 feet. On backtracking, the trusted yellow arrow was there. I took 2 rests today for light lunches. The first in Arzua and the second in Rua. In the afternoon break, I met a mother, daughter and friend, from Nebraska, who started the Camino at Sarria, 2 days earlier. The girls were exchange students in San Sebastián and really enjoyed living ...

      A free day

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

      13 photos

      ... 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 ...

      Completing the Compostela

      A travel blog entry by marymc21 on Aug 01, 2013

      7 comments, 25 photos

      ... we pulled a slick manoeuvre and swerved into the cathedral by ourselves. We also managed to get ourselves some snazzy seats up in about the fifth row, which was kind of awesome. Since we were an HOUR early for mass, we took turns to go and "embrace the apostle", by joining a queue of pilgrims, tourist pilgrims, tourists, and - worst of all - tourist pilgrim groups. Shudder. There's a big statue of St. James in the centre of the altar, and to embrace him, you climb up some ...