Balneario de Compostela

Address: Carretera Santiago-Noia, Brion, Galicia, 15280, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
 
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      The start of the last leg of my journey

      A travel blog entry by richalive on Nov 13, 2014

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      Santiago de Compostela to Negreira After a pleasant rest day and sadly saying farewell to Alan and Sherry and to Jim and Dave who have all been great companions, it is time to join the Camino again. This morning before setting off, I bumped into a 12 year old English boy who had just walked the Camino with his Mum -unbelievable! The final leg of my journey ...

      Back in Santiago and ironic how time flies.

      A travel blog entry by thecamino on Aug 20, 2014

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      ... that this is just another bump in the road, 'we will get over this'. Less than 7 days later she passed away. I reckon she would have got a real kick out seeing this enormous can of 'Glen 20' get swung back and forth to fumigate these smelly pilgrims. Ok for those being exacting amongst us it is called a bonafumada! Like me, Mum wouldn't understand a single bloody word of the mass as it is all in Spanish but none the less, i still think she would have enjoyed it. While i ...

      Sore hip, but the Atlantic is in sight!

      A travel blog entry by thecamino on Aug 16, 2014

      ... words for 'where is the bus station' and holly **** i am not afraid to use them! There are a lot of people who had made comments on the blog and thoughts of encouragement. I would like to thank you for these special wishes as there have been a few times when i have thought 'nearly 900 ks - have i got rocks in my head'. I am glad for the support. This walk has been really good. I am not going to say that i have seen any angels appear from the sky ...

      Stopping to smell the roses

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

      4 comments, 7 photos

      ... but a surprising amount walk alone. We also share the Camino with bicyclists. They are called bicigrinos. Mostly are men, and most travel in packs.
      There is a sense of camaraderie on the Camino. Everyone wishes you a buen Camino as they pass you by. You run into everyone at one point and time. I imagine we will all arrive together in Santiago on Friday.
      Day 4 of walking and I need a massage and a pedicure. I am such a wimp!
      Buen ...

      It's the quick or the dead...

      A travel blog entry by kymmurphy on Jun 08, 2014

      2 comments, 40 photos

      ... wasn't Arzua...still 3 kms to go! And it was up hill! Let's just say that by the time I reached the top of the hill I could barely walk a straight line I was so exhausted...thank goodness for my walking poles! We reached our accommodation, checked in and I promptly fell on the bed! By the time dinner came round I was feeling better and really enjoyed the salad and sea bass. I left Cheryl and Sharon to have dessert and I went back to my room to foot my foot up again. What a relief ...