Hotel Scala

Address: N550 Santiago Pazos S/N, Padron, Galicia, 15917, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Padron


    A travel blog entry by 2appreciate on May 25, 2015

    1 comment, 30 photos

    ... About 5kms further I told D that place didn't matter, I just needed to stop. Let's find an albergue ... any albergue.

    We were on a stretch of road without many towns, and without many albergues, so when we came to the next town we pulled over at the first albergue we saw. Before D could dismount and go enquire about beds, I looked at it and knew it wasn't right for our last night. It was kind of like an old hotel on an old highway ... the kind you see ...

    Caldas de Reis to padron

    A travel blog entry by jillianc on Apr 17, 2015

    4 comments, 5 photos

    ... the end is in sight, managed to stagger into Padron around 2.30 into the nearest bar for some well earned tapas and a at out latest Accomodation, which is completely different very homely,and our hostess Doleres, is making us feel very welcome , she has even treated Jill's poorly feet so hope she makes tomorrow.....don't know what Dolreses is cooking for dinner but sure smells good...think it is raining and we are all snug and about to have a G&T well earned too.....

    3 hr tour, octopus Oktoberfest, & pepper roulette

    A travel blog entry by kristimoen on Sep 14, 2014

    39 photos

    ... beer, and started digging in. I was 6 in, and all sweet...7....8....9...then came #10 - we have a winner! While mine was not super hot, it sure wasn't sweet. All in all, delicious. (Other friends said their hot peppers were so hot they couldnīt finish them).

    I stopped to order a bocadillo (meat & cheese sandwich) for tomorrow, and headed back to room. Big day tomorrow - may try for Santiago if weather and feet are good. ...

    A day of dodging the rain

    A travel blog entry by thecamino on Aug 10, 2014

    13 photos

    I have been so lucky with the great weather that i have experienced i knew i was bound to run into some wet weather sooner or later and Galicia is the place for it. Today i got a good 5 or 6 ks in before it started just enough to get out the wet weather gear. In basque language, the words to describe it is 'sidi midi' it isnt raining but you get wet. So at that point i though, oh well, i will have breakfast. Just as i walked in, down ...

    Stopping to smell the roses

    A travel blog entry by soul-companions on Jun 11, 2014

    4 comments, 7 photos

    ... He is also in the para-Olympics - a javelin thrower. He stamped our pilgrim passport and sealed it with a wax stamp.
    In a small village we came across an elderly lady swinging a mean hoe. She told us she was near 90 and said that she would rather work hard than be idle. The harder she works, the more peace of the mind. Great advice from another Galician.
    Did I mention that the majority of the pilgrims are women? Many travel ...