Hotel San Lorenzo

Address: Rua San Lorenzo 2, Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, 15705, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Rua San Lorenzo 2, Santiago de Compostela, is near Palacio Real de El Pardo and Hipódromo de la Zarzuela.
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    Travel Blogs from Santiago de Compostela

    More seafood..!

    A travel blog entry by tomoandgreg on May 23, 2015

    21 photos

    ... I thought about what person I would want to be. And I think Greg was thinking about it as well.

    We further drove along the coastal road, stopped at the village of Fisterra for lunch. Greg really wanted to try the local seafood delicacy, and so we ordered the seafood samplers which includes: octopus, squid, prawns, mussels, scallops and razor clams. Okay, although I'm not a big fan of quite a few of them (oops), I should try at least one. So I ...

    Santiago de Compostela

    A travel blog entry by me.andmyshadow on Sep 27, 2014

    4 comments, 13 photos

    ... used by traders and pre Christian pilgrims. Most pilgrims and traders originally continued on to the coast which was thought to be the edge of the world, hence it's name, Finisterre. It is situated on a stretch of coastline known as the Costa da Morte due to the hundreds of ships which have been wrecked there by savage sea currents which collide with howling gales which whip up huge waves causing havoc. On the very last day of my Camino ...

    Pilgrims Rest

    A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Jul 20, 2014

    14 photos

    ... he continued to give us food and drinks every time he saw us. The mum tried to converse with us using in app on her android phone inputting what she wanted to say in Spanish to English. A few times this didn't work out as predicted with one conversation having the words capital punishment inserted, maybe they were referring to their daughter. Once checked in with the map under the arm we headed for the big steeple in the distance Catedral de Santiago de ...


    A travel blog entry by dyak on May 25, 2014


    ... the certificate and The Franciscan stamp for my passport.St Francis was the founder of the church and convent in Santiago. The purpose to walk the Camino de Santiago varies for each pilgrim. It is "Your Camino". Based upon the crowds that attend the pilgrim's mass at 12:00, The end purpose for most is the visitation and veneration of the Apostolic tomb of St. James, one of the 12 apostles of Jesus. ...

    A quiet afternoon's stroll around Madrid

    A travel blog entry by astrix7 on May 21, 2014

    2 comments, 39 photos

    ... the back of the fountain. That's where I saw the amazing statue of Don Quixote, who's adventures I read about in my teens. I think he was the first anti-hero character ever to appear in print (maybe Shakespeare would have something to say about that.
    So what started out to be a wet and cold morning, turned out to be a real good and memorable day in Madrid... you just never know until you get out there and do it...