El Camino may refer to:
- Way of St. James, the pilgrimage to the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela
- Chevrolet El Camino, a coupe utility produced by General Motors from 1959–1960 and 1964–1987
- El Camino (film), a 2000 Argentine film
- El Camino (Adriana Evans album), a 2007 CD album by Adriana Evans
- El Camino (The Black Keys album), a 2011 album by the band The Black Keys
- El Camino Real (disambiguation), various roads in Spain, Mexico, California and elsewhere
- El Camino College, community college in Los Angeles County, California
- El Camino Hospital, hospital in Mountain View, California
- "El Camino", a song from Ween's 1990 album GodWeenSatan: The Oneness
Other articles related to "el camino":
... number eight was opened in Sunnyvale on El Camino through acquisition of MacShop ... The San Mateo was opened in March on El Camino Real, and the Walnut Creek store was opened in December ... about the move of one of the two Sunnyvale stores (the El Camino MacShop location) to Santa Clara, thereby solidifying full Bay Area coverage ...
... El Camino The 1959 Chevrolet El Camino was a half-car (front) and half-truck (back) with low walls surrounding the bed ... El Camino is used by some Americans and Canadians as a generic term for any passenger car with an integral cargo bed ... generic for Chevy El Camino, Ford Ranchero, GMC Sprint/Diablo, etc.Hearse A converted car to transport the deceased ...
... return of the two-door wagon and was the basis for the new-for-1959 El Camino ... Unlike the Brookwood, the El Camino could be ordered in trim levels corresponding to the entire full-sized car line including the Impala ... The Kingswood and the two-door Brookwood were dropped at the end of the year along with the El Camino ...
... El Camino Memorial Park cemetery is located at 5600 Carroll Canyon Road in the Sorrento Valley neighborhood of San Diego ... Founded in 1960, El Camino is a 220-acre (0.89 km2) memorial park and is the final resting site for Jonas Salk (founder of the polio vaccine and the ...
... The first recorded journey along what would become El Camino Sierra was by Jedediah Smith in 1826 ... mostly a dirt road, several people began promoting El Camino Sierra as a scenic route ... announced funding to construct a new road to connect El Camino Real with Yosemite National Park ...
Famous quotes containing the word camino:
“Oh, Jacques, were used to each other, were a pair of captive hawks caught in the same cage, and so weve grown used to each other. Thats what passes for love at this dim, shadowy end of the Camino Real.”
—Tennessee Williams (19141983)