Hotel Attica 21

Address: Enrique Marinas 34, La Coruña, Galicia, 15009, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Enrique Marinas 34, La Coruņa, is near Tower of Hercules (Torre de Hercules), Aquarium Finisterrae, and Palacio de la Opera de La Coruna.
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      Day 14 - Pedrouzo to Santiago!

      A travel blog entry by hhardie on May 19, 2014

      8 photos

      ... driech" not really a thunderstorm. Anyway, armed with our Compostella we went to find the accommodation that we had booked ahead as Santiago was very busy. Result! We had booked rooms but when we arrived we were taken to a private apartment! Luxury for our last two nights. Hedley and Lari set off on another 80km or so to Finisterre on Wednesday and I head for home for a few days rest before the cruise. Will post further how I feel about the whole experience when ...

      At Sea

      A travel blog entry by steve874 on Jan 10, 2014

      ... Medina restaurant for lunch, first time this cruise. Maureen missed out on a starter because she had seen jam roly poly on the menu for dessert. We were at a table on which the waiters were the same as we have in the evenings, so when Maureen ordered her dessert I had a word with John to make it a "big one" :-) He didn't disappoint and brought her a double portion, needless to say she ate ...


      A travel blog entry by 2pilgrimsisters on Oct 10, 2013

      11 comments, 5 photos

      38 km. to go! It's different here at the end than it was in the earlier stages of the Camino. The die hard Pelegrinos are sharing the path with what they call Camino "tourists" - people who have come with their support vans, day packs and pre-booked hotels who are walking the last 100 kms. required to obtain their Compostela or certificate of completion. With that of course comes more commercialization and choices in terms of food and accommodation. Not that I ...

      Chapter Twenty - Santiago de Compostela

      A travel blog entry by mmbcross on Jul 12, 2013

      4 comments, 30 photos

      ... t they all?

      Of course the most interesting thing about this city is the proliferation of modern pilgrims arriving on the Camino de Santiago, or The Way of St. James. There are several "caminos" but the true way begins in France, and is a very long and difficult hike. I recommend you order “The Way”, an excellent film with Martin Sheen, though your local video store or provider to learn ...

      Santiago de Compostela -Pilgrims everywhere!

      A travel blog entry by jtbruns on Jun 13, 2013

      18 photos

      ... 8217;s museum, where we learned about the history of this particular pilgrimage as well as photos of pilgrimages around the world. We walked through the daily outside market where you can buy fresh fruits and vegetables and boiled octopus, the specialty of Santiago. We ended up stopping at a bakery for empanadas for lunch and continued to walk around and enjoy the city. During our site seeing we came upon ...