Hotel Mirador de Belvis

Address: Rua das Trompas, 5, Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Santiago de Compostela

    Sail Rock & Quasimodo

    A travel blog entry by kristimoen on Sep 22, 2014

    28 photos

    ... the view, the bells went off. She looked over at me (hunched next to her as only one person fit comfortably in skylight) and started laughing. With the church bells ringing, no windows, and me all hunched over, she said I reminded her of Quasimodo. I looked back at her, all tall and head poking through the roof and said she reminded me of Alice in Wonderland when she ate the cake that made her "big". We both laughed ...

    Hey there, pilgrim.

    A travel blog entry by spartanbaz on Sep 10, 2014

    5 photos

    ... the ground a river! Quickly pulling to the road side we made haste with waterproofing ourselves. Fortunately I just had to pull on my overlayers but Peter was not so fortunate and needed to fully strip off his jeans before he could put on the canvas bike trousers - it must have been a woesome sight for passing traffic to behold! Undeterred, we ploughed on through the seas and the rains spared us from further abuse. Arriving in Santiago after sunset we turned into ...

    The long bus ride to Tui

    A travel blog entry by jel2862 on Jun 04, 2014

    12 photos

    ... of Espana. In the mean time...I WANT OUT OF THIS BUS!!!!!! Had a brief stop for a light lunch and back into the bus. Oh, it never ends.... Finally, we are in Galicia! For our second break of the day, a stop at La Paella to eat "Caldo Gallego", a bean stew typical of the area. To drink we had a nice local ribeiro. Great second lunch! This one was worth it. While at La Paella, we received notice that ...


    A travel blog entry by anngreen on Apr 15, 2014

    9 photos

    ... botafumeiro, St. James' tomb. It was no less moving than the first time I saw it.
    After that we said it must be downhill from here! We walked around; did some shopping; and found a bar - I know I know...big surprise there! We ate dinner around the corner at a veg-friendly restaurant called O Elefante. They served patatas with vegan ali oli. We all loved it but my oh my the garlic! ...

    Day 34 - The End (or Is It?)

    A travel blog entry by ottawacouple on Oct 02, 2013

    5 comments, 37 photos

    ... pilgrim is also granted an "indulgence" for forgiveness of their sins. From my Cruz de Ferro post you know that I believe that only faith in Christ matters when it comes to my salvation so I have an "indulgence" I won't be using. (Can these be sold on e-Bay?) So there you have it, our Camino has ended. 800km plus or minus by foot in 34 days. Many sore muscles and invaluable lessons learned. If you check out the Internet forums you will find many "serial Caminoists" ...