Hospederia Valadares

Egás Móniz,1, Noia, Galicia, 15200, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Santiago Day 2

A travel blog entry by david.glance

Resting in sunny Santiago, this is my last Glympse posting. We are stopping here till Saturday and then will be walking on the next 80 k, to the Spanish 'land's end' where traditionally the pilgrims would bathe in the sea and burn their undoubtedly foul smelling garb. I have nominated a few of ...


A travel blog entry by david.glance

We reached Santiago just after 1 this afternoon. And have been meeting up and celebrating with many other perigrinos with whom we have walked different bits of the track. An altogether wonderful day even though the actual walk into Santiago is boring at best! -Krishna ...

O Omenal

A travel blog entry by david.glance

23k today - a lot of it through lush wooded forests with every shade of green from almost yellow to nearly blue, and still with patches of autumn leaves on the ground which have, by some miracle, survived the winter rains. This bit of the walk is somehow both tranquil and tame if just a little mysterious through the drizzle which has been with us for the best part of this last week. There is quite a traffic of ...

Day 31 - Salcedo to Santiago de Compostela

A travel blog entry by veromarcos


... why oh why?) say that the arrival is an "anti-climax". I disagree..for an anti-climax, one needs a climax, and that simply has not happened. And to be fair no one else seems to have had any climax along the way, with exception to the people who were already in a different dimension from the start - and they would have had one in Croydon! I did collect my Compostela from the Pilgrim Office. Its all in latin (even my name) - so I have do everything that has to be done - only Mass ...

Camino Completo

A travel blog entry by pugetview


... There was the spectacular HUGE swinging incense burner and the line to enter the crypt containing the St James relics.

Several days were spent in Santiago regrouping for our continued adventure. Many pilgims continue the traditional final walk to the Atlantic but we were through walking for a while. We skipped that 3 day walk and took the bus to Finisterra and Mugia. Both are beautiful small seaport towns with lots of beauty and history.



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