Hotel Mirador de Belvis
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Thank you to everyone for your support and encouragement and I know it wasn't trekking through the Belgian Congo but it was difficult enough in its own way. It is hard to explain as The Camino takes a toll on everyone and to this end I have decided not to walk any of the way to Finisterre. My left knee has been speaking to me for the last two days and the sharp pain is something new and I think my body is telling me, no. In a ...
... Once there our primary goal was to find the municipal albergue. What we didn't know and what our guide didn't indicate is that this huge albergue is 5km away from the cathedral and in opposite directions of our Camino. We had followed the directions in the guide and couldn't find it and ended up totally lost and not speaking Spanish, no one seemed to know where this was. We end up taking a taxi and get dropped off at the correct location but at ...
... we walked past the airport serving Santiago. Then, the woods gave way to asphalt and concrete. Next, the view became mainly suburban buildings and residential communities. The decent into Santiago was startling with a lot of street traffic, the smell of exhaust, noise, and concrete. After spending so much time in rural Spain, the change is rather depressing. After walking several K through the city we arrived at the Cathedral de Santiago. We found ...
... figuring they were taking lots of pics or got yapping to someone. After a bit I figured they must have stopped for coffee as there was no sign of them coming in the distance. The other thought that something happened to one of them (always a worry, as it doesn't take a lot to slip, trip and fall) but no point going back as if it did happen there's a bucket of people out there and help is on it's way and I would get a Facebook message when I got to ...
... I told him they were probably imbedded in somebody's eye down below. All done, taxi down and we still had time for a bowl of soup.
Mike had made arrangements for Jamie the young Australian to come and meet us before we left, we were surprised when Sonia and her husband also showed up. A young Spanish fellow I knew from away back was also with the group. We had a short visit and boarded the bus back to ...