Rey Fernando

Address: Fernando III El Santo 30, Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, 15701, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
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      Travel Blogs from Santiago de Compostela

      Sail Rock & Quasimodo

      A travel blog entry by kristimoen on Sep 22, 2014

      28 photos

      ... the view, the bells went off. She looked over at me (hunched next to her as only one person fit comfortably in skylight) and started laughing. With the church bells ringing, no windows, and me all hunched over, she said I reminded her of Quasimodo. I looked back at her, all tall and head poking through the roof and said she reminded me of Alice in Wonderland when she ate the cake that made her "big". We both laughed ...

      Get me to the church on time!

      A travel blog entry by kristimoen on Sep 16, 2014

      14 comments, 22 photos

      Started early this morning (it was still dark and also raining), but wanted to make it to Santiago in time for the pilgrim's mass at noon, and there was a big hill between here and there ;) First time donning the headlamp (not sure if you can see it in the picture) and was glad to know that the arrows ARE reflective!! Whew. I passed by the oldest cross in Galicia (the cruceiro do Francos) when it was still dark - but it was still impressive. When the sun came ...

      Santiago and the Pilgrim Mass

      A travel blog entry by cherylmcinnes on Jun 11, 2014

      18 photos

      ... the Botafumeiro in use, 8 men come out dressed in the maroon garb of the tiraboleiros whose job is to light and swing the enormous thurible. The whole congregation shifts with excitement and hot coals are first placed within the B, followed by a large quantity of incense. Once the incense is smoking, they gather around the pulleys and initially lift it up and then begin to swing it until it is swinging so high it appears to almost touch ...

      God only knows!

      A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Apr 24, 2014

      3 comments, 20 photos

      ... in scallops, this tradition is still going strong.


      A travel blog entry by jimhilbert on Jul 07, 2013

      4 comments, 1 photo

      ... to me
      I think I’ll twitter the Holy See

      Thirty one days of walking to meet his dear Clare
      With biscuits and water mainly his fare
      He stubbornly walked on to complete the Camino
      The reward at the end was a glass of good vino

      He claims to have slept with many women along the way
      I wonder what their version of events would say
      It’s a tougher ...