Hotel Altair

Rua Loureiros, 12, Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, 15704, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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    Pilgrims Rest

    A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Jul 20, 2014

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    ... in hand we could look over this magnificent structure. I wearing a t shirt from our trip in Africa which got a conversation going from 2 old European ladies with a small grasp of English. One of them said I should be disgusted with myself for having done a safari in Africa as her understanding was any safari means hunting wild animals, once we explained what a modern safari was they changed their tune and we very excited to learn about our trip so far and our ...

    The long bus ride to Tui

    A travel blog entry by jel2862 on Jun 04, 2014

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    We left for Tui this morning at 10. It is 2:20 and we are still going!!!!! We crosses all the way from Madrid through the region of Castilla-La Mancha and now we are about to enter the region of Galicia (never soon enough). Through miles and miles (or, kilometers and kilometers) of flat, arid land, we are now getting to flat land covered by trees. In the background are mountains, some with snow. Such is ...

    Holy Week

    A travel blog entry by anngreen on Apr 16, 2014

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    ... was open and only 2.50 euro to see it and the extensive museum of clothing, printing stamps, and jewelry. Construction began in 1587 and was the starting point for the monastery. Today it also houses a hostel for pilgrims. The church itself isn't huge, but holds several different naves, all of which are striking. Behind the main altar are the stalls of the choir. They are one of the most important examples of their kind in Galicia. There are two rows ...

    Day 10

    A travel blog entry by dan.oconnor.121 on May 17, 2013

    >> Chris and I lucked out last night...nobody slept in the top bunks. We met Pam and Irun this morning at their hotel at 7:30 and hit the Camino trail through the streets of logrono. Again, a very pretty city. We went to navarette and had brunch...so to speak. They took an egg pie, sort of like a quiche but with less in it, cut it, and put it into a baguette. Fortunately Chris shared it with me cause it was huge. ...

    Day 29 - Portomarin to Melide

    A travel blog entry by veromarcos on Oct 06, 2012

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    ... I didn't chillax too long and I started walking the last 15 kilometres around 3pm. It was an great initial five kilometres, but the closer you get the more "investment" there is in the path. That actually means that instead of the nice soft sand trails, you get hard roman road styled path. As with most stuff that politicians do, they never obtained an expert opinion. They have thrown millions of euros into building stone paths in the middle of nowhere, which most pilgrims ...