Address: Alcalde Fernandez, s/n, Finisterre, Galicia, 15155, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Alcalde Fernandez, s/n, Finisterre.
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      Day 13 - Day Trip to Finisterre and Muxia

      A travel blog entry by jkelley on Jul 23, 2014

      1 comment, 8 photos

      I tried to find an available albergue, hostel, or hotel for several hours last night unsuccessfully. I had hoped to stay somewhere inside old town where all the action is. By morning I was starting to think the place I am at now looks pretty good. It's about a 3-4 minute walk to old town, which isn't far, but the party and concerts don't wind down until around midnight. I just wasn't looking forward to doing that walk in the dark alone. I asked as soon ...

      A great day with the three tinkers...

      A travel blog entry by kymmurphy on Jun 15, 2014

      1 comment, 29 photos

      ... can burn something to symbolise letting go of the old in order to awaken to the new; it was still smouldering at 6:30pm when I saw it. I saw Maria again at the hotel; she came up to check out the view and was having a drink before she walked back into town. Given it was our last night together we settled in at the bar for pre-dinner drinks and promptly went into the restaurant at 8pm when it opened. After six weeks in Spain I'm still not used to eating ...

      Long bus trip to Finisterre

      A travel blog entry by ranmar on May 20, 2014

      2 comments, 10 photos

      ... Rain slowed down so quick walk back to the albergue. Randy had his walking stick cut in 2 with the plan to throw half in the Atlantic in Finisterre and the other half in Muxia. We started to the beach and got soaked with a sudden downpour with hail. The half stick did make it into the ocean. Had to use the clothes dryer to dry off. Tried to put Randy in the dryer but he didn't ...

      Where the earth ends

      A travel blog entry by jcarty on Oct 27, 2013

      9 comments, 6 photos

      ... medical items and products. Wishing to be helpful I came alongside the priest and took the tray intending to put them on the altar, but the ever alert M C who no doubt has dealt Eswith many flyins like me intercepted my move and put them with the flowers.
      it came time for my prayer I took the liberty of naming two in the prayers for the dead- Pauline my sister who died this past June and one who I met on the way- a story to share. And also all those who have died ...

      Goodbye yellow brick road.

      A travel blog entry by irvin.cane2 on Jun 22, 2013

      ... the start and stamped at every overnight stop along the way.It's a proof of where you started and how long it has taken you.When you satisfy the criteria you are issued with a 'Compostela',a certificate of achievement from the Catholic Church.Rich and I had read about this process and knew that we would be asked why we had done the Camino.You are given three choices-religious,spiritual or tourist/sporting reasons.We had discussed this several times and since neither ...