Hotel Pombal

Rua do Pombal, 12, Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, 15705, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Santiago de Compostela

    Camino de Santiago

    A travel blog entry by sharon.bolton on Jul 08, 2014

    46 photos

    ... lovely parks. Walking through the cobblestoned streets admiring the beautiful old churches and convents was a pleasure, as was the delicious Galician food. Galicia has strong Celtic roots and you would often hear buskers playing a type of bagpipe. The music, though Spanish was very much like Celtic folk music. Witches and other superstitious type souvenirs and Celtic symbols and writing featured heavily. An enjoyable two days in a lively and beautiful city. Next stop ...

    A Salceda to Lavacolla - Trip day 39

    A travel blog entry by bris_rick on May 30, 2014

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... albergue. Usually the rustling of the plastic bags getting shoved into backpacks and people off to the toilets states around 5:30 am (if you are lucky) so it becomes impossible to go back to sleep. We set off without breakfast as we knew there were towns not far along the way. As usual we bypassed cafés and bars that would have given us a good breakfast in the expectation of better ones ghat never eventuated. Case in point we ...

    Walking the Way

    A travel blog entry by quinitch on Sep 29, 2013

    5 comments, 28 photos

    ... about the intricacies of the human condition. But in the end, you each walk your own pace, your own thoughts and your own reasons for being there. It’s a powerful lesson.

    People smile knowingly and say, ‘you’ll come back and do it again’ but I suspect that this will not be the case for me. Am I glad I walked? Absolutely and always. But my lessons were ********. I’ll take the precious gift with me and pray very hard that I never have to learn them ...

    Completing the Compostela

    A travel blog entry by marymc21 on Aug 01, 2013

    7 comments, 25 photos

    ... quiet. We'd sent ALL our clothes to be laundered at the hotel, which felt almost as spiritually satisfying as completing the camino, so we just wandered the town (in our only remaining pairs of clean clothes) with our only aim being to find an English language bookshop. We also played a little game - the opposite to the one we played in León - of 'Lose Wally' where we craftily avoided The Blues, who seem to be everywhere. We're apparently the only people they get along ...

    The Way Of St. James

    A travel blog entry by tnaworldtour on May 07, 2013

    3 comments, 24 photos

    ... thinking about all the places we can visit. You don’t even have to imagine anymore, you just check out a destination in street view. Said conveniences actually create a desire for many to seek out the hardships that were previously part of everyday life centuries ago. Although nearly every pilgrim does partake in some luxuries on the Camino, such as a shower and a hot meal every night, you still have to walk the walk.

    As time went on ...