Hotel Palacio Del Mar
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Travel Blogs from Santander
Up early and on the road by 7:30, days are getting shorter, slight drizzle this morning but it wasn't long and the jacket came off. There wasn't a thing open to get a coffee at. I walked with a young German fellow for about 2 hours before coming to a village with a bar open and stopped to take care of my caffeine needs. A small pastry went down well also. If you want a coffee here you have to go to a bar, no such thing as a coffee shop. These bars serve drinks of course ...
... fascinates me and most of it done in the Middle Ages. Some like the towers go back to the 14 th century. The Albergue has only 16 beds but I was early enough to get one. The Danish couple are in the same room as me so we will likely eat out together tonight. It can be a problem staying in albergues all the time, and almost impossible in some areas. Hannah and her friend are heading out to a campground somewhere out of town. There is a Canadian lady here also from ...
Not much today. Caught the train back into Santander and met up with my Aussie friends. Caught up on the week and some of the there scarier moments. They and another young man along with a young lady we know we're walking along and came to a yellow arrow pointing them up hill which was wrong as a kid with a spray can had pulled a prank and sent them in the wrong direction. ...
After leaving Santanillas we were alittle confused but managed to find the yellow arrows. We walk for over 22 kiloters! Up and small slopes with little views if the coast but a lot of green pastures. Few to no churches are open on the camino tbut oday was an exception several hermitas and churches were open. I try to visit all that are open and say a prayer for all my family and friends back home. Today somehow Teryy and became separated after waking ...
... of torture is still used today....". Apparently what is very popular today is anything which doesn't leave a permanent mark. Really awful to think what went/goes on. The museum, needless to say, is very popular showing our fascination for the macabre. The beach which I originally travelled to visit, I could not see properly because I arrived too late and the tide was in, so again I will need to go back. Next time I will camp a little closer and stick to my slow, slow, ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center