Hotel Monte Blanco

Cabana de Bergantinos, Neano, Galicia, 15115, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on Cabana de Bergantinos, Neano.
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    Travel Blogs from Neano

    Santiago de Compostella

    A travel blog entry by garbogaz on Aug 07, 2014

    1 photo

    The day after the Camino,Kath had arrived and we all went down for brekkie. Rohan had a flight to Dublin T 1 pm so we wandered to alley ways of the old town. We visited the Cathederal very impressive ,the town square is huge always filled with people who are happy because they have completed the Camino,actuall one thing you notice about Santiago is was a real positive ...

    Day 12 - O Pedrouzo to Santiago

    A travel blog entry by jkelley on Jul 22, 2014

    4 comments, 15 photos

    ... to one not far from the cathedral called Roots & Boots, and they had plenty of beds left. After showers, doing laundry, and having some wine in the garden, we headed back to the old town to buy souvenirs and get dinner. There was a street festival going on and lots of performers and musicians playing everywhere. We went to the cathedral and it was beautiful. When you go behind the main altar, you can go up a small ...

    Over & out

    A travel blog entry by larimcdonald on May 24, 2014

    3 photos

    ... with me (had to carry them on my back since April 6) but many won't make it back. Trying hard to salvage my gortex trousers to last through this winter, but they are patched with Fixomul inside and out! AND I need to shop as what I do have salvageable is falling off me! Look like I've been dressed by someone bigger than me hand me downs. But lots of pilgrims look like that! We are a sight in all the towns - stick out - yep, there's a pilgrim! ...

    The ultimate "Fin de Camino" (end of the Camino)

    A travel blog entry by europepilgrims on Sep 23, 2013

    1 comment, 21 photos

    ... Here, we found more statues of St. James, tall crosses, memorials to those who have died on the Camino, and many boots, poles, and backpacks left by pilgrims. We talked with pilgrims who had walked 500 miles as we had, had walked for only the past week, had ridden bicycles, or had driven the Camino by car. Most had taken a bus from Santiago to Finisterre, a few had driven as we had, even fewer had taken the extra week to walk it. All ...

    Goodbye yellow brick road.

    A travel blog entry by irvin.cane2 on Jun 22, 2013

    ... the start and stamped at every overnight stop along the way.It's a proof of where you started and how long it has taken you.When you satisfy the criteria you are issued with a 'Compostela',a certificate of achievement from the Catholic Church.Rich and I had read about this process and knew that we would be asked why we had done the Camino.You are given three choices-religious,spiritual or tourist/sporting reasons.We had discussed this several times and since neither ...