Hotel Xallas

Address: Rua Nova, 18, Santa Comba, Galicia, 15840, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Rua Nova, 18, Santa Comba.
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Travel Blogs from Santa Comba

Pictures won't do it justice.....

A travel blog entry by kristimoen on Sep 20, 2014

1 comment, 47 photos

... at the top to take in the view, I actually felt dizzy. The landscape looks surreal, the man made church and monuments impressive, and the ocean churns loudly against the shoreline rocks with amazing power.

After taking it all in for a while, I walked down past the church to a huge boulder near the edge of the ocean, sat down, and spent a few hours just watching the water. I ended up staying in that exact location ...

It's Church Time!

A travel blog entry by dudeonthemove on Sep 18, 2014

50 photos

... was packed, and I was scolded for wearing my baseball cap and taking a picture. LOL.

Amazingly, it didn't rain at all on the roof, but as soon as I exited the cathedral, on came the rain. I high-tailed it to the market, which is supposed to be another must-see, but it was closing when I arrived. I still walked around and got to see a few vendors. Then, it was back to the hostel for lunch and a rest.

Later in the afternoon, I set out again to wander ...

Day 12 - O Pedrouzo to Santiago

A travel blog entry by jkelley on Jul 22, 2014

4 comments, 15 photos

... put your arms around the statue of St. James. Then you can go down a small staircase under the altar where the casket of his remains are. There were tons of people there. It's going to be crazy on Friday on the Holy Day. I imagine I'll have to be there plenty early if I want to get inside for the mass. Tomorrow we are going on a tour of Galicia. I found a guy online that will drive us around all day, provide lunch, and take us ...

Overlooking Santiago

A travel blog entry by bdmitchell on May 26, 2014

2 comments, 9 photos

... route for medical care! Peter went to bed early but I sat by the wood stove and had dinner with a talkative Canadian woman who has hiked different routes of the Camino at least 4 tines. Also I met man from Belgium who left Antwerp on March 1 and will finish today. The other pilgrim I sat next to, Jean-Paul, left Vezelay , France on March 15. I felt like the wimp of the bunch! Towards the end of our walk today we passed through ...


A travel blog entry by alohapilgrims on Oct 03, 2013

2 comments, 7 photos

... any longer. The only decision was, which boot should I submerge to he ankle? Before too long our socks were soaked inside our boots. Does this sound miserable? Haha. Interestingly, it became a curiosity, almost a comedy. Everybody in this situation walks solitary. We are forced into introspection, where talking becomes impossible and inconvenient. These are the opportunities that are forced on us. How we respond to these opportunities reveals more about ...