Hogar San Francisco

Calle Campillo de San Francisco 3, Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, 15705 , Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Santiago de Compostela

The Camino de Santiago for Cheats

A travel blog entry by jessie-7


... mountain roads and were able to glimpse the deep valley below dotted with clusters of houses. Later the sinking sun glowed behind the black silhouettes of the mountains turning the sky a deep, dark blue. I love nature!
Santiago was a great introduction to Galicia. Everyone at work sighed with envy when I told them where I'd been! It's a lovely spot, although to be honest, I'm glad I live in Oviedo. I'm becoming quite attached to my new ...

Santiago de Compostela - Arrival!

A travel blog entry by kbrooksy


... us have identified is that ongoing work on the relationship with ourselves is one that we often neglect but is fundamental to everything else we do. On top of that the key messages I am taking with me from the last 9 weeks are; "piano, piano" which was said so often to me as I pounded the paths in France and I found whispering to myself as I was passed by eager new pilgrims in Spain. It is a reminder to me to slow down, tread gently and take the time to breathe and see ...

Santiago de Compostela

A travel blog entry by slbrown17


This past weekend was our last AHA excursion and our last time being together. Since every weekend there is someone traveling, this was the last time we are all traveling together, or spending the weekend together. It was sad, but we made the most of it.

We traveled on a private bus to Santiago, and arrived Friday night. I was paired with 3 other girls, so we had the entire top floor to ourselves. It was by far the best room there! ...

Walking the Way

A travel blog entry by quinitch


... stayed for a rest day, resting my tired, blistered feet as I soaked up the Basque culture. The next section to Bilbao was a more lonesome time but still with some lovely days of views and reflection. I took my first bus at Bilbao, skipping two days of walking. Why? I don’t rightly know except I felt totally overwhelmed in the city; the albergue I was aiming for had closed for the year; and I ran into a Dutch couple heading out by bus and, in the stinking heat of ...

Completing the Compostela

A travel blog entry by marymc21


... hugs from Korean Granny, who we just love. That woman is incredible. Not only did she walk the whole camino by herself, but she did it at about the same pace as us, cooked for all the young Koreans whether they liked it or not, and found an unknown quantity of four leaved clovers. And she has very poor English and no Spanish. Can you imagine an Irish granny turning up in Korea and walking 800km on her own?! (She'd probably be spectacular at the feeding everyone part ...


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