Hesperia Peregrino

Avda Rosalia de Castro s/n, Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, 15706, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Santiago de Compostela

Back on the bus - heading north

A travel blog entry by dreamalittle


... and busses carry a microchip credit card that they insert into a device on the vehicle they are driving to record their driving hours and speeds etc. the vehicles are also fitted with a "governor" with maximum speed the vehicle will do is 100km per hour. The A52 road is an excellent two lanes in both directions all the way from Madrid to Santiago. 10.30am. wine tasting at palacios de Boerno. Then a strong cup of coffee. Drive this morning has ...

Hello Saint James

A travel blog entry by mollytucker


Well my family and friends we made it. We walked into Santiago around 11 am on Wednesday and it was just an amazing and indescriable feeling. We have done it...walked from St. Jean Pied De Port to Santiago De Compostela in 35 days. Unfortunately they are doing quite a bit of restoration on the cathedral but it did not take away from its beauty in any way shape or form. Of course we snapped pictures and saw friends arriving ...

Walking the Way

A travel blog entry by quinitch


... middle of a forest, on a beach, on a cliff top, in the central plaza of a tiny village, on a farm's stone wall, next to a little river, on a bridge, sometimes just in the middle of a path. You might eat a peach or just stare at the world around you. Or you might change your socks to save your poor aching feet a bit of pain. Or you might be puffing so hard that you just need to catch your breath. And then, in many of those places, you find a silence. You glimpse the ...

Completing the Compostela

A travel blog entry by marymc21


... that means clinging to us, which we don't want, so until they go home, we'll be fine tuning our private eye skills and stealthily sneaking around Santiago, After a frapelatte, which is some sort of delicious frozen coffee, we killed some time waiting for the bookshop to open by buying some gorgeous looking fruit. The bookshop then was very nice, but only had one corner of English books, sorted by author, so it was actually a lot more random than it may have seemed, since all ...

The Way Of St. James

A travel blog entry by tnaworldtour


... the film and had friends in college who raved about the Camino, but neither gave me the urge to go walk 500 miles. In all truthfulness, in the context of our world tour as a whole, it just made sense. Taya and I wanted to spend some time apart doing things we each would probably enjoy more independently. I also wanted to offset her 20-euro martinis in the French Riviera by saving some money in expensive Europe (I spent around 20 euros a day). Lastly, ...

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