Hotel Mirador de Belvis

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

The Camino de Santiago for Cheats

A travel blog entry by jessie-7

8

... lot! Apparently Santiago broke a record in January for raining 30 days out of 31! It's a good job I came prepared with my waterproof, umbrella and walking boots. We set off on our way to the Old Town and stopped in a park on a hill to look at the view of the city below. Unfortunately one of the cathedral's towers was covered in scaffolding, but never mind. It's still very impressive. Santiago's Old Town is bigger than Oviedo's. It's ...

Santiago de Compostela - Arrival!

A travel blog entry by kbrooksy

10
31

... us in our daily lives. But to progress; on Wednesday the 20th we gathered for the final 20km into Santiago - to say there was a variety of emotions amongst us is probably an understatement and consequently we tended to string out a little. Though five of us (John, Raquel, myself, Florian and Hans) formed the vanguard and stopped two kms from the old town centre at a lovely grassy slope overlooking the southern areas of Santiago to indulge in a late lunch of red wine, ...

Aloha Pilgrims have Arrived!!

A travel blog entry by alohapilgrims

11

... our direction, we saw no more way posts indicating the remaining kilometers. We referred to our map to figure out how far we had traveled and how much was remaining.

Quick health sidebar - Al's knee was not as painful as it had been on previous days steep downhills, but it was letting him know it was unhappy. Debs' toes were doing better, but her left knee wasn't responding to either brace; it was very painful downhill, uphill, and on the ...

Walking the Way

A travel blog entry by quinitch

5
28

... everyone at some point and it's an interesting question on a slightly more complex level. Why walk across a country on feet mired in blisters with a constant ache running through one or both of your feet/ankles at any given time? Why don wet weather gear and walk through driving rain sweating like a ******* or shrink under a hat on a stinking hot day sweating like a *******? Why leave everything behind - every creature comfort you can think of - inevitably maintaining ...

Sitting tight in Santiago

A travel blog entry by marymc21

4
11

... out in search of food. There's a big snazzy new shopping centre just up behind the hostel, so we cast aside our pilgrim principles and doubts and headed straight in. We had THE most amazing nachos, enchiladas and caesar sandwiches I've ever seen or tasted in my life. They were SO good, especially after a month of hard bocadillos (a bocadillo is a baguette sandwich, of varying sizes, and usually dry with just meat or tortilla or whatever in the middle. The ...

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