Hotel Delfin Azul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... at San Xulian and likewise them us. We attended mass in the cathedral where the big 'Botafumeiro' was swung from ropes high up in the cathedral roof, a rare sight given that it only happens a few times a year and our finish coincided with the feast of St James. A candle lit to my grandfather and a visit to the Knights Templar tomb and like my grandfather, it was time for ...
I am so glad we decided to stay in Finisterre. So many people were rushing to see Muxia or the other little towns. I am sure they were very neat, but it was nice to sit back and enjoy Finisterre. Two wonderful sunsets, beaches, bakeries, the end of the world- we enjoyed it all! Today stew and I took the 11:45 bus back to Santiago. The girls wanted to go to the lighthouse today so they took the 3:00 bus. The ride is about 2.5 -3 hours long and quite twisty. I ...
... from the amazing experience or views. We were back in Santiago by 8pm, with sufficient time to shower for the first time in 40 hours and eat dinner. After this, however, almost everyone went straight to bed, exhausted from the long day and little sleep on the train the night before. Saturday was spent exploring the city of Santiago de Compostela. To start things off, we went to the main site, the Cathedral. Every morning in Santiago, pilgrims descend on ...
This morning we explored medieval downtown
Santiago, in particular the Catedral del Apostol, the endpoint of the Camino de
Santiago and the burial place of St James. The movie I think was called ‘The
Way’ is about this pilgrimage.
We had a more relaxing afternoon at the
apartment preparing our own lunches and washing. I was feeling a bit tired and
... pipes, was singing along with the organ. She was very good. > > I saw all the pilgrims in the square celebrating finishing their Camino. Then I walked around the area surrounding the cathedral. It's the old part of the town. It was cafe, souvenir shop, repeat over and over. > > I finally found a place to stop, ordered a beer and a sandwich, and the silly cow brought me a coke. Thereafter she seemed ******. I made my way back to my little bar-cafe and had ...