Hotel San Carlos

Address: Calle Horreo, 106 , Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, 15702, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
 
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    Travel Blogs from Santiago de Compostela

    The Moments of Arrival

    A travel blog entry by 2appreciate on May 26, 2015

    42 photos

    ... would follow the hills until arriving at the Cathedral (the two spires were not themselves visible for much of the ride into the city), or maybe, this was another signal to Pilgrims that they needed to start finding their own way.

    With the accommodation conversation from last night still taunting our thoughts, we agreed the first order of business for us today was to find a place to sleep, and D thought we'd have more luck outside the old town. So, ...

    "You Must Be Nuts", or, Why I'm Doing This

    A travel blog entry by samcohon on Jan 20, 2015

    3 comments, 1 photo

    ... led to the development of more complex societies than the clan-based hunter-gatherer culture that existed at the time. Once we had greater numbers of people clustered in smaller geographic areas, and tied down to those areas by commitments to shared work, there was a need for a tighter ordering of society. What followed shortly were caste systems, leadership with supporting bureaucracies, the building of structures to defend what we had developed, and ...

    Excursion to Pontevechia

    A travel blog entry by sydandval on Sep 28, 2014

    ... superstitious part of Galicia). The town is on the Portuguese camino. Pontevechia was final stop of our tour – multiple bridges over the river; a chapel of the virgin of the camino since this is a major town on the Portuguese camino (we walked it for about km just so that could say that we had set foot on it). It was quicker trip back to Santiago today and our driver Manolo dropped is at ...

    Our last day before Santiago

    A travel blog entry by cherylmcinnes on Jun 09, 2014

    ... show our pilgrim passport and get our Compostella (the certificate that proves we have walked the Camino). It is recorded in the pilgrim office - who we are, where we come from, where we started our journey. Tomorrow's walk will be different and less tranquil as we walk through built up areas and on hard surfaces, lots of noise and increasing numbers of people. Being a week day, there will be the busyness of people engaged in their usual work related routines. ...

    Back on the bus - heading north

    A travel blog entry by dreamalittle on Jun 07, 2014

    6 photos

    ... The buildings around the old square are crumbling and scaffolding is in place for restoration work on the cathedral. The town is now famous as the destination of pilgrimage walk, traced back to the 12th century, made by thousands from all over the world each year. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Santiago_d e_Compostela We stray behind to explore more of the town on our own, have a meal and wine, in an outdoor cafe, then a 20 minute walk back to our ...