Hostal Gran Via

Gran Via 41, Bajo, Vigo, Galicia, 36204, Spain and Canary Islands | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Vigo

Galician travels

A travel blog entry by ianwill

Vigo is an important city in this sleepy corner of Spain, built on the shoreline of a beautiful natural bay still supporting a small fishing fleet in these difficult financial times, clinging, like the limpets cling to the rocks on the tideline. The bay is protected from the ravages of the Atlantic Ocean by a row of small islands which I believe are designated as nature reserves, enhancing the tranquil views from the shore, a real treat as the ...

Day 14-Vigo, Spain

A travel blog entry by parkere

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Up early for breakfast, still not feeling well despite going to bed early.

We are not scheduled to be here long, but we still got off. Love that free wifi!

They have a little shopping centre less than five minutes from the gangway. Awesome! The shopping centre had a shop that sold USA products. Obviously, Americans want certain things with the expatriate themselves--I totally am one of them. Sadly, I didn't find anything I can't get here in the UK ...

Day 3-Sea Day

A travel blog entry by parkere

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First thing today I woke up and went to the gym. Quite a nice facility. Will be there every day. (in the end I went there 12 of the 14 days).

Back to the room to get ready for breakfast. We got to breakfast and made a school boy error. We got our food before getting a table. So, we walked around for five minutes until we found a table. Guess who had a plate full of American breakfast foods? Me! I had a donut, French toast, croissant, ...

Visiting Santiago de Compostila

A travel blog entry by heatherandjohn

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Saturday 12th October

We headed in to Santiago de Campostila today. After finding somewhere to park and much deliberating about how much money to put in the parking metre, we were told it was a fiesta so we didn't need to pay for parking. We headed up narrow streets with stone arcades full of tourist tat until the cathedral came in sight. The cathedral is the reputed burial-place of Saint James the Greater, one of the apostles of Jesus Christ. ...

Vigo - someone left the "r" out ...

A travel blog entry by dougo

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... taking photos too !!

We were then asked in Spanish to move aside which we did and after the final prayers were said, the priests walked past in a procession. The Archbishop looked at Doug and said “God Bless You” … a touching moment.

The church was crowded and it didn’t look at all likely that we would be able to go to the crypt to St James’s tomb so we were pushed and shoved as we made our way out to the steps and back ...

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This inn is located in the Santiago de Vigo area of Vigo.
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