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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Pazo Cibran Santiago de Compostela
Travel Blogs from Santiago de Compostela
... alleys from the cathedral through the crowds of people and the cars that share the pathways. On arrival at the hotel we removed pedals and saddles etc. it was an odd feeling - on the inside I was so excited but I was also absolutely exhausted. Before dinner a few of us went to mass at the cathedral - this was part of the journey process to erase a third of your sins - it was pretty good. The swinging incense was spectacular - ...
... arrived as we were putting on our backpacks to leave. We confirmed with her we would wait at a designated place and we would all walk into Santiago together.
She seemed happy with that, so we continued on pausing to browse a souvenir stall near the cafe we'd stopped at. We walked through a couple of other small villages, through more forests of gum trees, always keeping an eye out for Sharon, but she was not to be seen.
As we were walking toward ...
... line standing tomorrow.
Now find our accom which just happens to be a full on apartment and we didn't know. We thought we had 3 single beds but no, 2 bedrooms, 1 double bed and two singles. Guess who got the double. Advantage of being the girl amongst two boys! So it's off to the supermarket because I am cooking breakfast tomorrow for all of us. No toastadas or croissants tomorrow. Hell yeah!
And hairdresser here I come! Feel wonderful. ...
... concept! The detail of the rest of the evening does not need to be gone into but needless to say, it was suitably celebrated! ;) Dealing with a cold that had been doing the rounds and slammed me the day after our arrival, seeing the magnificent city of Santiago, and saying some very poignant goodbyes have occupied the last few days, delaying this post. In some cases goodbyes have not been appropriate but rather just 'until we meet again'. Crazy or not, the significant ...
... washroom in a newly renovated facility only 100m from the cathedral. Very nice! Soon after we found our room, Tammy and I were lying on the bed basking in the feeling that we had completed our Camino and that tomorrow we could sleep in - no more 6 hours or more of walking each day. After a quick nap, we toured around the old town, grabbed some pulpo (octopus) and queso Gallego (local cheese) for lunch and explored the many, many souvenir shops that all sell ...