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

      Camino de Santiago

      A travel blog entry by sharon.bolton on Jul 08, 2014

      46 photos

      Not much sleep the night before catching the bus at 5am bound for Santiago de Compostela, the end point of the Camino or Way of St. James, Schlepped my luggage down the three flights of steps at 430 am, probably waking up all the other guests, many of whom I heard staggering UP the steps around 230am haha. Five minute walk in the pitch dark along the river to the bus station and time to eat my breakfast of a pastry and a couple of apricots before the bus came. Was very glad ...

      Hello Saint James

      A travel blog entry by mollytucker on May 28, 2014


      ... for finding this information out, they are giving out a second. A french compostela that they only give out once every 100 years. We obtained that was as well and yet again another rush of emotion and appreciation for doing the Camino. That night we had one last dinner with Jo and Sophie before parting ways. Sophie flew out Thursday to Barcelona for 4 days before returning to Montreal and Jo took a two day train trip back to ...

      Walking the Way

      A travel blog entry by quinitch on Sep 29, 2013

      5 comments, 28 photos

      ... again, though, Matteo forged ahead on his own - compelled by his own profound Camino experience - but the Primitivo forces camaraderie and Dannie and I ended up moving as part of a bigger group anyway. The albergues are few and far between and a group of about 20 of us were loosely bonding as we followed the route day by day. We crossed a mountain, hiked above the cloud line and then stumbled to sea level again, enduring the pain of an endless downhill. I ended up ...

      Chapter Twenty Five - Santiago de Compostela

      A travel blog entry by mmbcross on Jul 19, 2013

      1 comment, 28 photos

      ... exactly on time at 9. The orchestra is first class and I must admit we were pleasantly surprised with the quality of the players and especially the concert master, Rogelio Groba Otero. He is a master at the violin and also a brilliant and engaging master of ceremonies. To my satisfaction, this evening almost all the pieces were by English composers. We closed our stay at Santiago on a high note ...

      The arrival

      A travel blog entry by adrihinc on May 10, 2013

      9 photos

      ... with small streets, lots of commerce, lots of history. We approached the Cathedral from the back and came to the east façade, then down some stairs through a small tunnel where a gaitero was playing and down we came into the very large square of the Catedral of Santiago de Compostela. There it was in front of us! At first I think we all froze, we didn't know what to do until Ricardo I think said something like "well, you've made it!" And then it kind of hit us and ...