Hotel Airas Nunes
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Concierge desk
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Airas Nunes Santiago de Compostela
Travel Blogs from Santiago de Compostela
... Frances spend their last night there and then only have 5 km the next morning to walk and can arrive in Santiago in time for the 12:00 o'clock mass. The next morning we head to the Cathedral to meet up with some of the other pilgrims we walked with. We got our final stamp and obtained our compostella. We then find another private albergue in the old city and stayed there for 3 nights. We toured Santiago and then got our car rental and headed to southern ...
... toward the top I noticed I barely had a limp at all. By the time I got to Santiago that afternoon, it was completely fine. Was it the rock? You just never know.
I headed back to the Albergue, and was glad to see Angel there - it wouldn't have been the same leaving without saying goodbye. I'm not sure he understood, but I told him how much me meant to me at the end of a long journey, and said that Muxia was ...
... that was yet. I can't describe it, but it was almost as if I heard it out loud (nope - haven't lost it - I know the statue didn't actually talk to me), but it became clear that I needed to complete my journey to Finisterre and Muxia and then return here again. So, in keeping with my "follow the signs" mantra on this trip, I left the church (planning to return), picked up Bubba (he was just fine), took a quick photo with the funny pilgrim dog (who could ...
... but bump into other pilgrims we have met and journeyed with over the weeks, and decide to sit and have a beer with them after a round of "high fives" and "congratulations" and hugs. It is amazing how much you share with other people along this trek. People you have never known and will likely never meet again, but this long trek of happiness and hardship really binds people together, even if for a short while. Eventually I join the queue at ...
... some barefoot, heading down the road toward us. It was a spectacle. The climax was seeing twelve men carrying a very large and heavy statue from a church. It was Jesus on the cross and it was horizontal. Next came another but Jesus was upright and it was of his resurrection. The procession moved very slowly, and as the people took very small steps, they swayed side to side with the drums. It was something to see. We were glad to be here at this time.