Hostal Residencia Alameda

Address: Rua San Clemente 32, Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, 15705, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Santiago de Compostela

Tekkies laat jou voete stink...

A travel blog entry by raynestroebel on Oct 29, 2015

... could wake the dead. We shared a room. I remember in the midst of summer when the temperature in Oudtshoorn could rise to a magnificent 49 degrees, how the smell of opening his cupboard could launch you out of the room, jet propelled by a higher force over which you had not control. As much as we wanted to just lay on the bed to escape the heat, you would rather scorch to death in the blazing sun than having to be in the room when he opened his cupboard.)

Spiritual Santiago de Compostela and the Camino

A travel blog entry by wilsondm5 on Oct 07, 2015

9 photos

... the stone statue of St. James. The wait was 30 minutes so we declined as Mass was due to start in 10 minutes and anyone in the cathedral was expected to take a seat and attend Mass. So, at that point we headed over to the Museum which contained Cathedral reliquary and pieces of the original stone choir carved by Maestro Mateo. We spent the remainder of our time wandering up and down the streets of Santiago, checking out the local market (built in the ...

We Have Arrived!

A travel blog entry by brittanyspieker on Jul 24, 2015

35 photos

... in front of us was Father Reginald concelebrating mass! The entire mass was just wonderful! After mass we made our way around the cathedral to the adoration chapel for Holy Hour. Time in the presence of Jesus was much needed. I was able to look at Him, He was able to look back at me and we had a good talk.

We then made our way over to the Pilgrim's Office where we acquired our Compostelas, the document that states we completed ...

Random and Crazed Jottings from Pedro Iago!

A travel blog entry by peterconnor on May 31, 2015

13 comments, 10 photos

... cold ale was a great way to end my final day of walking El Camino. As I pen this entry some days after the event my decision to not walk any further has indeed been cemented as the left knee, every now and then, speaks to me.I am feeling much better and nearly over my illness and it hasn't been such to stop me enjoying these past two rest days.

Like most, I found myself just wandering slowly through the old town and ever so passively ticking off ...

Santiago oh Santiago

A travel blog entry by larimcdonald on May 07, 2015

2 comments, 5 photos

... just the same. Walking past our digs for the next couple of days and passing Cervantes, an awesome food place on our way through. The same piper playing as we headed under the arches and then into the square where for some reason a lot of military were this year. That's cool - they were useful to take a pic of us both. Then off to digs for a shower and happen to run into Hamish (Hedleys brother in law who has come to meet us and share a few days) on the way - set lunch ...