Sercotel Pazo Do Rio

C/ Pazo do Rio 16, Montrove, A Coruna Province, Galicia, 15179, Spain | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on C/ Pazo do Rio 16, Montrove, is near Tower of Hercules (Torre de Hercules), Aquarium Finisterrae, and Palacio de la Opera de La Coruna.
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    Travel Blogs from Montrove

    Just on the outskirts of Santiago.

    A travel blog entry by thecamino on Aug 12, 2014

    ... kilometres i had to do to ensure i didn't miss the mass. Divide that my the ks per hour i walk, factor in the sore leg side of things and i would have left out the things like stopping for the great little coffee or the beer i had with the Canadian guys (yes caught up with Bruce and Darlene again!). So i have checked into this place just outside of town. I have got a preventative camelbak full of ice on my leg and i am ready to go tomorrow. Bruce and ...

    Hiking the Camino de Santiago de Compostela

    A travel blog entry by ronandkathy on Jul 17, 2014

    4 comments, 144 photos

    ... the thousands of fellow pilgrims.
    So, off we went, newbies on the Camino, but excited to start on our spiritual-physical adventure.
    These days, there are several routes leading from various starting points, but all ending at the cathedral in Santiago de Compostela. The most popular starting place for pilgrims making the 800 kilometer trek is St. Jean, France. We took the easy way out beginning ...

    Back on track!

    A travel blog entry by bdmitchell on May 24, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... at 3 churches today, one of which was built in the 12 th century. The sense of history here is overwhelming. At times I think of what it must have been like centuries ago and it feels surreal to be on the same footpath as a pilgrim from a thousand years ago. Just when I am lost in these thoughts I get interrupted by a group of jaunty walkers with small day packs. They change the ...

    The boots that have carried me safely to the end

    A travel blog entry by jcarty on Oct 21, 2013

    8 comments, 12 photos

    A strange title as the day of arrival in Santiago approaches, do you think?
    Before I left Australia I received some very helpful advice in regard to foot care. Blisters can cripple one. Within five days of starting two of my fellow companions of the way developed severe and extensive blisters on most toes and the balls of the feet. Infection followed the
    application of the needle and thread solution, a visit to a doctor led to antibiotic for both and ...

    Day 10 - Palas de Rei to Arzua

    A travel blog entry by jodiemaunder on Sep 01, 2013

    2 comments, 18 photos

    After a an average nights sleep we head off from The Albergue at Palas de Rei as the sun is rising - no need for torches this morning! Also it is fathers day so I insist we celebrate with breakfast - yep you guessed it coffee and toast!! Unfortunately the town itself was in a derelict state and even our guidebook makes mention of "how there is little to remind us of its illustrious past" - bit sad really!! We leave quickly, cross the freeway and thankfully get back onto a woodland ...