Hotel Rio Azor

Address: Playa de Insuela S/N, Santa Uxia de Ribeira, Galicia, 15959, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Playa de Insuela S/N, Santa Uxia de Ribeira.
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      Travel Blogs from Santa Uxia de Ribeira

      The end of the world

      A travel blog entry by kristimoen on Sep 19, 2014

      5 comments, 44 photos

      ... and the power of the ocean. I was enjoying the sunshine on my face, and took some time to reflect on my journey to get here. Even took off my boots to get the "end of a long journey" picture. They certainly did a great job of getting me here!

      I remembered the "message" I received at the cathedral - that I needed to figure something out and come back. Ok. If this was the case, it seemed like the right place for it to happen ;) I'm not sure what I expected - maybe a ...

      Bowing down in God's grace

      A travel blog entry by claudiavail on Jul 27, 2014

      3 comments, 29 photos

      ... clue of what was ahead, began a new life style, getting rid of any material possessions that were unnecessary and putting one foot in front of the other...this camino has been walked for 1000's of year.. Saints apostles, searching souls ,soul walking for peace, for health, for promises made for spiritual devotion ....these are just a few reason... All this powerful energy permeates in the silence of the Camino I learned how to appreciate beingness, and valued all the ...

      Watch for flying cow poop!

      A travel blog entry by larimcdonald on May 22, 2014

      9 photos

      ... history along the way if they could only talk!

      10km to the only break for the day and coffee. The Camino Fisterra only gets about 25% of the people doing the Camino Santiago so longer between Albergues and food stops. We were hanging out! Thankfully we booked tonight's accom as it doesn't hold many people and it's full and it's 13km to the next Albergue. Some coming in are taxiing from here, a lot going crook at mine hosts for having ...

      Santiago de Compostella

      A travel blog entry by oldfool on Oct 12, 2013

      7 comments, 21 photos

      ... spent walking along the coast or the countryside back in Basque Country. I think we all felt a bit sad that it was over, we were not planing for the next day, where to stay, how much elevation, what villages have bars for coffee, do we have to carry food.
      We stopped for a drink and the mood was a bit somber. I said guys excuse me but I'm going to find my hotel, (which was right around the corner) and then I'm going to try and find ...

      Finishing in Finisterre

      A travel blog entry by marymc21 on Aug 03, 2013

      3 comments, 32 photos

      ... the teeny tiny beach for a while, but Laura didn't like the sand and I didn't like the loud DJ, so we were only delighted to head off to the tip of the headland for sunset. There's a 9km round walk you can do, which we decided not to do in the dark, but the main road is the first part of the route anyway, and despite the local and tourist cars (seasides, omg) it was nice to be doing something normal again. Except without backpacks, or my camera which ...