Hotel Arenal

Address: Calle Cabello S/N , Finisterre, Galicia, 15155, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Calle Cabello S/N , Finisterre.
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Travel Blogs from Finisterre

Journey's end

A travel blog entry by richalive on Nov 17, 2014

3 comments, 7 photos

Cee to Fisterra My great friends Alan and Kate are in my mind today as I set off on the last few miles of my journey across Spain. When I had doubts that I could do this, Alan said to me, "Rich, you WILL walk the Camino one day". And now as I am completing my journey, I want to give them a huge thank you for all their support and encouragement both before and during the trek. After a walk through ...

A great day with the three tinkers...

A travel blog entry by kymmurphy on Jun 15, 2014

1 comment, 29 photos

And so it has arrived...the last day of this epic journey that started 5 weeks and 6 days ago in the beautiful French village of St Jean Pied de Port; approximately 870 kms will have been walked by the end of today... Cheryl, Kate, Nigel and I set out at around 8:45am from Hotel Larry in Cee waving farewell to Pepe. With only 14 kms to walk, plus another 3.5 kms from Finisterre to our hotel which is located on Cape Finisterre, we were in for a ...

And so the Camino is completo!

A travel blog entry by cherylmcinnes on Jun 15, 2014

2 comments, 19 photos

... This has been one amazing journey, both external and inner in nature. I am very thankful for the opportunity to have this experience and would recommend it to anyone with the caution of "make sure you have a reasonable level of fitness" some books tell you its easy and that is "bull*#%t". Sure there are parts that are easy, but there are also parts that are definitely not! The inner journey has been an interesting journey as well and I am hopeful ...

Where the earth ends

A travel blog entry by jcarty on Oct 27, 2013

9 comments, 6 photos

... the fear.
That was of course until the "new world" was discovered, parts of which were older than the "old world" which discovered them. But enough of this simplified excursion into history, noting that the very name means earth's end.
Most Camino pilgrims finish their pilgrimage at Santiago the historical finishing place of the journey. but over the years many stalwarts, hardy folk and others walk the extra three sometimes four days to the end. Others like ...

End of the road, mile 0.0!

A travel blog entry by popepilgrims on Oct 23, 2013

1 comment, 5 photos

... It is going to seem very strange to be tourists rather than pilgrims. We will look like pilgrims ´cuz we do not have fancy clothes, I think the transition may be difficult, especially as they speak French in Paris and we´ve just finally managed to get around with ease in Spanish!!
Much love to you all, take care of yourselves, love D&D