Rey Fernando

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

    Day 11 - Arzua to O Pedrouzo

    A travel blog entry by jkelley on Jul 21, 2014

    2 photos

    ... I was almost power walking part of it today. The closer I get, the happier and faster I am. Even though we went over 22km today, it didn't seem as hard and we arrived in O Pedrouzo around noon. I had read the guidebook recommendations and thought we should stay at Otero's. When we checked in, it was kind of a dump. However, it seems that it has worked into our favor as few people stay here. There is a ...

    Aloha from the Camino!

    A travel blog entry by alohapilgrims on Oct 05, 2013

    5 comments, 17 photos

    ... among both noisy tourists and quiet devoted worshipers, reminded me that my own experience is what I choose to make of it. I love being present in this place. I can only take in so much at one time, then I want to go back to see again, see something more, see something deeper. I feel as though Santiago de Compostela peels away, revealing of itself only as much as one is ready to accept. I wonder ...

    Walking the Way

    A travel blog entry by quinitch on Sep 29, 2013

    5 comments, 28 photos

    ... stayed for a rest day, resting my tired, blistered feet as I soaked up the Basque culture. The next section to Bilbao was a more lonesome time but still with some lovely days of views and reflection. I took my first bus at Bilbao, skipping two days of walking. Why? I don’t rightly know except I felt totally overwhelmed in the city; the albergue I was aiming for had closed for the year; and I ran into a Dutch couple heading out by bus and, in the stinking heat of ...

    Our final stage

    A travel blog entry by adrihinc on May 10, 2013

    3 comments, 13 photos

    ... me. It takes longer and longer for the body to un-stiffen in the morning. More and different muscles are sore. But it was a pretty walk, although the supposed to be "terrain of soft undulation" proved taxing. I think most of us felt it. It was just up and down and each hill seemed so steep. I was dead by the end, and yet, the stamina of the group amazes me, the ladies went shopping at Melide, I went to pamper my body at the fantastic homestead, what a beautiful ...

    Mass, butafumeiro , Parador, and goodbyes.

    A travel blog entry by bdvano on Aug 19, 2012

    2 comments, 17 photos

    ... made James a saint and Spain has made him the home town boy!

    There are a minimum of twelve other pilgrim routes across Europe and they all end at the steps of the Cathedral in the city of Santiago de Compostela. This why this city is full of so many interesting things.

    Although Debbie and I are not Catholic we felt moved to attend mass in the Cathedral. We knew that the church would be full so we arrived one hour early in order to get ...