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- Non-smoking hotel
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Rey Fernando Santiago de Compostela
Travel Blogs from Santiago de Compostela
... of St. James' grave. We decided to walk the last hour of the trek, and it was intriguing to see so many people, families, and youth groups weary from walking days upon days, yet anxiously arriving to their long-awaited Santiago Cathedral! It reminded me of the smaller scale pioneer trek that so many youth participate in. ...
... the problem with Ruby’s pump on the Autosleeper’s Owners Forum, so we don’t leave until the afternoon. We drive first to the beach at Hondarribia where we have only a short walk as it is relatively cold - 15˚C – and cloudy. Next we attempt to drive into San Sebastián without updated Google maps, and both find it disheartening and frustrating. We stop for lunch, Jonny gets wifi and updates his maps and we glide easily into San Sebastián where there is an ...
... I think I may have peed my pants a little.
We went out for dessert and then I headed back to my room. I switched on the lights, and POP!, everything went dark, I had blown a fuse that affected my room and the hallway. With no front desk personnel to help and no phone in my room to call anyone, I had to rely on the ambient church lights shining through the skylight to find my bed. And fell asleep dreaming that I was ...
... our experiences.
Back to the hotel early tonight to pack and have our clothes ready for the early morning trip to the railway station. Should be a short report tomorrow as we are on the train until 9.30pm when we arrive in Barcelona. It's now after 10pm but still noisy outside. We hope to get a better sleep.
What a birthday with all the lovely messages from Australia, and all the trouble Richard and Warren went to to make it so memorable.
... Is the only word to describe this Albergue in the middle of nowhere. We had planned to go to one a km down the road, but Jenny, a German girl we've spent time with along the Camino said this one was recommended in the German book (the German book beats the rest by a mile, you just need to be able to read German!) and it only holds 15 people so we booked this last night. Everyone of us blown away. Nothing else here. Peaceful, sun and shade, calming Celtic music, ...