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Travel Blogs from Santiago de Compostela
... We have 3 really annoying people staying at our Albergue tonight, that put the light on at about 6am, faff about for at least an hour, and are still getting ready by the time we get up and are leaving an hour later.!!! At least we know what we are in for in the morning, also, our second last day of sleeping in the same room as a lot of annoying other people! (Don't get me wrong, we have loved every minute if ...
... son (his son walked the Camino a little while ago and told his dad he had to do it) in Santiago and then they will walk the extra 100km to Finisterre. He is very excited to get to Santiago and see his son. He continued walking on further than us today, so I suspect that will be the last time we see him. I'm sure we will catch up with other people we have met over the next couple of ...
... hill kinda thing. More of a lowest-gears-all-the-way-up-yet-people- are-walking-faster-than-me-I-want-to-di e kinda thing. However, the view from the top was absolutely magnificent and our path slowly snaked itself downwards from a dry, karoo-like landscape to luscious forested valleys. Our next days were spent cycling through little Spanish farms, where the farmers still herd their own cows and 70 year-old women would still work in their ...
... Pension, which is like a B&B. That meant that we had nowhere to leave the bags s there is no reception, but the man was smart enough to use his dumb phone to translate for us and told us the we could leave the bags with him and return later.
Off we went into the old city and went into the Cathedral which is the finish point for all the pilgrims, including Jane and Chloe. It is a big and very impressive place, but we ...
... of people who were there earlier (possibly as many as 2,000).
The padores (hotel) next to the cathedral is one of the most expensive in Spain. Room prices range from €242 to €364
Now it was time to see something new, in this case the Cidade da Cultura (City of Culture). Taking 10 years in the building it and was supposed to be open this year. The facade of the buildings ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking