Hostal Residencia Alameda

32 San Clemente, Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, 15705, 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

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... made us feel a bit disoriented and several times we realised we'd been wandering in circles when we reappeard in the same square or recognised a shop we'd already passed a few times! Despite its size the cathedral was surprisingly hard to find. We knew it was nearby as we could hear bells sounding the hour and sometimes a tower peeked out from behind a small building. All those poor pilgrims! Imagine finally arriving in Santiago after ...

Santiago de Compostela - Arrival!

A travel blog entry by kbrooksy

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... is to risk exposing your true self To place your ideas and dreams before a crowd is to risk their loss To love is to risk not being loved in return To live is to risk dying To try is to risk failure But risks must be taken Because the greatest hazard in life is to risk nothing The people who risk nothing may avoid suffering and sorrow But they cannot learn, feel, change, grow or really live Chained by their servitude they are slaves who have forefeighted all freedom. Only a person who risks is truly ...

Santiago de Compostela

A travel blog entry by slbrown17

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... walkway, we just walked on the roof because it was designed like steps. The views of the Cathedral and the city were really good. That night, we all went to dinner together. Then some people went out dancing, but I went back with a couple others because we were so tired.

Sunday, we headed to Lugo which is a city on the way back to Oviedo. It is known for it's Roman Wall around the city. We were able to walk on the wall, and there were ...

Walking the Way

A travel blog entry by quinitch

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... was formed over many many drinks that night.

I walked with Dannie and Matteo for many days. Dannie was on a time schedule and so every day we walked a minimum of 25km and up to 40km in order to make our way to Santiago by the end of the month. We crossed a train bridge together in a scene reminiscent of ‘Stand By Me’ but much less exciting. Except when the train did approach us as we were half way across and, as we hugged the bridge, the thought ...

Completing the Compostela

A travel blog entry by marymc21

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... quiet. We'd sent ALL our clothes to be laundered at the hotel, which felt almost as spiritually satisfying as completing the camino, so we just wandered the town (in our only remaining pairs of clean clothes) with our only aim being to find an English language bookshop. We also played a little game - the opposite to the one we played in León - of 'Lose Wally' where we craftily avoided The Blues, who seem to be everywhere. We're apparently the only people they get along ...

   

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