Hotel Rustico Spa Finisterrrae

Address: Camino de la Insua 128, Finisterre, Galicia, 15155, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Camino de la Insua 128, 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

      ... front desk opened and the man said he wasn't sure if they had any open beds! Once the girl who had worked the desk the day before got in, I asked her. She told me she would take care of it. :) So now my lodgings are all taken care of. The driver Ramiro picked Barry and I up at the albergue and then picked another couple up at their's. Their names were Pablo and Alicia from the Canary Islands. It was really nice to have someone explain what you're ...

      A great day with the three tinkers...

      A travel blog entry by kymmurphy on Jun 15, 2014

      1 comment, 29 photos

      ... course meal, let alone sitting down for dinner at 8pm... Our table faced west so we had a perfect view of where the sun as it started it's descent for the night. There we're a few yachts out there as well...where they had come from and where they were going was a mystery. By 10:15pm we'd finished dinner so we went outside with cameras ready and watched the magnificent sunset. Sharing commented on how very few people in this world have the privilege ...

      Finally, The End

      A travel blog entry by uncle_davros on Sep 20, 2013

      5 photos

      It was our last day before we had to go back, and there were two places that we really wanted to see. We had tried two times to get to Finisterre and had problems, but we had a car so how hard could it be?

      Over the last ...

      Goodbye yellow brick road.

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

      ... is religious in the orthodox sense.Since we were doing it for humanitarian reasons with our sponsorship for charity, we had decided not to present ourselves to 'the Spanish Inquisition' as we had jokingly called it.However, as I watched the pilgrims going in and coming out a few minutes later clutching their scrolls I thought how nice it would be if I had one to prove to everyone who'd sponsored me that I had done it.Minutes later I found myself in front of a ...

      Part-time pilgrim to the end of the world

      A travel blog entry by maryberry on May 01, 2012

      ... through our walk, lined by windmills, we caught our first glimpse of the sea. We pondered for a moment on the pilgrims of yore, from all across Europe. For those medieval, landlocked pilgrims, this would have been their first glimpse of the sea. Bridget's boots, by this point, were starting to become unwalkable, so we were happy to spend some extra money to stay at a pension in Corcubion, getting a longer rest and better night's sleep.