Hostal Windsor

Republica De El Salvador 16, Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, 15701, 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


... in a lifetime opportunity, with you. Till the next one...... ;) Hasta luega! Post script that is written by William Ward and offered by John Brierley in his guide to the Camino, as a way of thinking about what the journey entails, feels appropriate to leave you with it, as risks however large or small might be considered in this light: To laugh is to risk appearing a fool To weep is to risk being called sentimental To reach out to another is to risk involvement To ...

Santiago de Compostela

A travel blog entry by slbrown17


... least favorite one. The inside was just over the top with gold on everything, and it was too intricate. However, it was still really gorgeous, especially the outside. The building is Romanesque, Gothic, and Baroque since it was built during all these periods. We were able to see half of a mass, and see when they swing the "Botafumeiro". This is the world's largest censer, weighing in at around 177 lbs. It has 88 lbs. of charcoal and ...

Walking the Camino

A travel blog entry by huntingaurochs


... which we were not overly prepared for - this is not the Spanish weather we expected) and we followed a busy highway for the entire first day of our journey. Thankfully it got better, much better. After the first day the weather improved, the scenery improved, we met some great people along the way (everyone is so friendly), and our spirits were lifted.

Every night (except 2 - we needed the comfort of a proper bed and our own ...


A travel blog entry by antonian81


... praying session. Along the nave, on both sides were confessional booths with priests who looked as thought they were made of wax because of the rather eerie lights on them. It was all pretty stunning . We then walled more streets stopping at a bar for beer and tapas. Eventually finding a charming hidden away restaurant and despite the early hour we managed to have supper, an €11.50 house menu of fish empanadas followed by ...


TripAdvisor Reviews Hostal Windsor Santiago de Compostela

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