Hotel Bonaval

Address: Rua Bonaval, 2, Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, 15703, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
 
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      Travel Blogs from Santiago de Compostela

      Travel Day #1 by Bus

      A travel blog entry by jgood on Jun 22, 2014

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      We woke this morning, had breakfast, and walked across the street to a bus stop to return to Santiago. When the bus came, the driver stated he only had room for one of us. We had to wait five hours until the next bus. So we walked back into town and spent the afternoon sitting at a cafe and walking around. There was an interesting parade going on …

      We did it!

      A travel blog entry by jgood on Jun 19, 2014

      3 comments, 11 photos

      Well, 6 weeks and nearly 500 miles later, WE DID IT!!! We left at a cool 4:45 this morning. (Yes, you read that right!) Armed with our flashlights, we hit the dark trail and began our final 12 mile walk into Santiago. It was only an hour before we were passed for the first time, still in the dark. By 8, we were back to the normal pilgrim rush hour …

      Santiago

      A travel blog entry by dyak on May 25, 2014

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      The pilgrimage to Santiago began in the ninth century and since that time thousands upon thousands of people from over the world have completed the pilgrimage. One of the most noted pilgrims is St. Francis of Assisi. As it turns out 2014 marks the 800th anniversary since St. Francis completed his pilgrimage. Every 100 years the Franciscans issue a "Cotolaya" to commemorate his pilgrimage. I headed off ...

      Race To The Finish

      A travel blog entry by alanizcamino on Sep 11, 2013

      18 photos

      ... clean up and get to the cathedral. Casper's message stated where he was staying, which was on the Camino route. We go in to try to find him and he is just sitting at a table in the entrance. Bug smiles, hugs and kind words were exchanged by everyone. We take a few minutes to catch up. Gabe decided to stay in this albergue as we decided we will stay in a hotel for the next 2 nights, as a treat for our accomplishment. We book a hotel near the cathedral and headed that way. We did not ...

      Saturday May 25

      A travel blog entry by ronandsusie2013 on May 25, 2013

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      ... is lit in a back tower that is otherwise sealed. At the side of the cathedral are the 'stairs of rags'. In the Middle Ages the pilgrims arrived covered in fleas, lice and disease. They had to climb these stairs, strip and throw all of their clothes into the fire to be burnt. They were then given new clothes. We are very excited to see the end point of the Camino Pilgrimage. We walked only 3 days of it from St Jean Pied de Port to Pamplona. The ...