Travel Blogs from Santiago de Compostela
... we should try. Thank goodness he warned us to share the plates for the
portions were very generous. Later, we had a memorable evening at the
restaurant and the waiter must have liked us because he plied us with free
liquors that we had to taste!
No one is in a hurry in Spain and once you’ve ordered and
your food is served, no one really bothers to come and find out if you’re happy
with your ...
... as it's the only one with a decent wifi. Got a great skype call with Alice, Maguire and Niamh. Awesome to see them and exchange some banter. Caught up on blog and then took myself for a wander around Santiago. Nothing special except a beautiful piece of stone artwork of a gorgeous naked lady which I loved and they would deliver to Oz for nothing but I had concerns about the mounting board and got Hedley to check. He had same concerns and given the price it ...
... Billy' if you please!) and the only other option was too expensive for the lack of dinner, breakfast, or heat on offer for the price given that I was within an hour and a quarter walk of comparatively many options in Triacastela. One friend told me that upon entering Galicia I would now enjoy some of the most beautiful scenery of the entire walk. I must admit it has been absolutely delightful, enhanced by unexpectedly generally sunny weather the whole way (Galicia is ...
... that return time and time again to walk the Camino. For Tammy and I we have had an amazing experience, but now that it is complete, we don't feel the need to return but to take the lessons we have learned and apply them when we get home. Only God knows where our next adventure will take us. My blog posts are now complete. Tammy and I will be taking some "us" time in Santiago and Paris before returning home next Wednesday. I'm signing off with my new tag line. Live like a ...
... are little black ribbons on almost every shop and business and bus, and it's even on the Galician ATMs, so you can't help but think about it. Anyway, we got into the hostel we were aiming for without any ado, and there's wifi all the way to the bedroom. There are about 30 beds in the one area, but sectioned off in groups of eight (i.e. four bunk beds, eight people). Since we had showered in the morning and only walked 17km (SEVENTEEN!!!) we just arranged our stuff ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed