Pazo Cibran

Address: San Xulian de Sales, Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed


          • Suites

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          Travel Blogs from Santiago de Compostela

          Communion of Saints

          A travel blog entry by lisa.casey on Nov 01, 2015

          17 photos

          ... of Saints.At 11:45, the botafumeiro swung and the building was filled with sweet incense. A choir sung from the upper portico, and the huge organ pipes positioned above us resonated and vibrated. The procession included men carrying a glass box containing a relic of St. James--a bone fragment perhaps? The relic was in a small clear container on the back of a bust of St. James contained within the box. Startled, I looked forward in the church to verify that the statue of ...

          Strolling About

          A travel blog entry by anngreen on Sep 30, 2015

          6 photos

          ... The only thing we had scheduled were tentative plans to meet Josť, our host from 2012. He is the one who did all the work to find my cousin Mary in Bueu. I feel much gratitude for that.
          In our wanderings, we passed by Malak, a vegan-friendly restaurant that I noticed last year when I was here with the girls. We decided to give it a try. They serve really good Middle Eastern food. We had ...

          Camino de Santiago

          A travel blog entry by morrisonfam on Jul 02, 2015

          3 photos

          ... 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. ...

          13th – 23rd May 2015 – France and Spai

          A travel blog entry by sam.wilson on May 25, 2015

          67 photos

          ... as we try to find a suitable home for the night. We think we have lost everything (crockery-wise), and are glad to find when we stop and investigate that it is not as bad as we feared. The washing up bowl has seen the end of its life and we lose a side-plate and a bowl. We resolve to double-check everything is secured on the floor and count ourselves lucky. After tidying up, we head into part of the old town in Bordeaux before a bottle of wine near the river. We have parked close to ...

          I made it

          A travel blog entry by patrickhaggerty on Apr 10, 2015

          ... far shorter and think that they have accomplished the same feat. Yesetrday, the day I finished, would have been Alyssa's and my 10th anniversary. It was difficult for me me, emotionally, to walk through the Church, see the relics of an Apostle of Jesus and not be overwhelmed. The cathederal itself is an absolute masterpiece. It is one of the most important churches in the Catholic faith and certainly the most important I've been ...