Hotel TRYP Santiago
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel TRYP Santiago Santiago de Compostela
Clean, modern. 20 mins walk to old city. Parking.
Great coffee at the bar.
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... up. We arrived at 9:00, and we ate, and ate, and ate, talked, listed to Rolf play Flamenco guitar, Carlos played the guitar, and then we walked home at 1:30! And a special note to our "Will Play for Catfish" band-mates, Rolf’s son had a song request for Carlos, which was…Wagon Wheel!! How lucky was that?! He thought we were professionals, which we are technically.
Hope everyone is dong well back there. We miss you!!
... time their walk to arrive around the 25th to celebrate the feast of Saint James. We arrived at our accommodation to be greeted by a lovely family run establishment who spoke little English. The bar downstairs was filled with a local crowd with mum in the kitchen, dad serving the beers/wine and the daughter handling the lodgings. It really was a cute little setup and over the next few days we got to know the family a bit better. Jac found the old man 'Pappy' very ...
... out and is a stopping point for many before entering the city in the morning. It was a circus as it is an albergue that accommodates 400 people. With people and buses milling around, it looked more like a prison than a welcoming albergue.
The city entrance went on and on through normal city streets. At one point, we crossed over some railway lines and the bridge was made of wooden planks. An Asian couple moved to the right-hand side to let me through. I passed on ...
... also do the 'bridging' holiday thing and take a days leave when the holiday falls on either a Tuesday or Thursday. Tapas bars and cafés are buzzing, people everywhere and for a change there are more locals than pilgrims.
Ron and I will really miss the Camino, we've enjoyed walking each day and meeting so many positive, happy people. We ...
... discussing his journey. We hope he finds what he is looking for (throughout the Camino, Casper had always talked about finding a paradise. A place where he can live off the land and barter for goods). As we enter the albergue, we are filled with happiness for him. His plans, his journey and that we were a part of his world tour. The quiet man from Denmark has left a mark on our lives. We lay back down and do not emerge from our beds until 10 AM. As ...