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

Rest day in Santiago de Compostela

A travel blog entry by richalive on Nov 13, 2014

7 photos

... reason for the huge incense burner was to rid the cathedral of the smell from hundreds of pilgrims each day and now it is a truly spectacular ritual. The trip up on to the roof of the cathedral was excellent. It is a vast building complex - the largest original Romanesque cathedral in Europe. It has had other architectural features added over the centuries including, baroque, gothic, Renaissance and Islamic ...

Jimmy's Place

A travel blog entry by suncitygaltx on Sep 12, 2014

2 comments, 31 photos

... what it would look like without the scaffolding. The cathedral takes up one side of the large main square in the old town. After pilgrims register and receive their certificates, they flock to the square to celebate and compare notes with fellow pilgrims. We saw one fellow who pushed his dog in a wheelbarrow, and another who road his donkey on The Way.

Our modern and ...

St. Francis, 800 years

A travel blog entry by mary_and_paul on Aug 19, 2014

3 photos

... Camino in 1214. Talk about a humbling and wow! moment. Besides being such a great saint, St. Francis holds such special significance to us with our beloved Capuchin Franciscans and St. Francis Assisi Church in Bend. In addition to all that, the date on the Compostela is my mom's birthday into ...

Melide to Santiago de Compestella- 55 km (kinda)

A travel blog entry by marknpatti on Sep 15, 2013

1 comment, 4 photos

... and especially for the bigger group of peddling pilgrims who conquered the entire Camino (more than 800 km). Patti's and my ride was approx 130 km's but at times felt like we'd rode over the Rockies. Spain is so beautiful seeing it up close on bikes. One of the amazing things about this Camino is the number of people from all over ...

Arzúa to Rúa - the penultimate day on the Camino

A travel blog entry by nicky.howe on May 26, 2013

17 photos

This was to be a relatively short day after yesterday so we were all very casual and relaxed when it came to getting out the door. A weather check out our bedroom window revealed a lovely rural scene but with plenty of heavy cloud about. We got rather a shock when we did step outside, but soon warmed up as the girls had recovered a little and were able to keep up a reasonable pace.