Eurostars San Lazaro
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
TripAdvisor Reviews Eurostars San Lazaro Santiago de Compostela
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... the week when the various people can gather together, the liturgy should be engaging and full of connection with others. Quiet prayer time can be scheduled any other time, as often as needed. This is what Santiago felt like to me, a time for others. My arrival night felt like a complete circus, such a crazy shift from the quiet contemplative walk, but once I'd adjusted, I really enjoyed the new energy present in the city, while still finding some quiet connection in all the ...
... three years ago, last year, and again this year. John walked around and around it, studying every stone and was so impressed with it's design.
The next big thing we did was a guided tour of the cathedral rooftop. We thought it was just going to be like 'here are the roof and view, ain't they cool?' But man, it was way more than that. The guide told a detailed history of not only the cathedral itself, but also of the town; of St. James the ...
... 8364;3.25 for 24 hours – water included. The weather is still gloomy so Jonny tries out advice from the forum and fixes Ruby’s pump – hurrah. We revert to our Biarritz plan – both shower and then fill up with free water again tomorrow. It’s ratatouille and cous cous for tea and then LOST before bed.
On Wednesday it rains for most of the morning, so we get on with chores. When the rain breaks, we cling-film our sodden bike seats and cycle in to ...
... Then it was all downhill to Santiago de Compostela. A long downhill and the outskirts of the town were hard going. Kept looking ahead for the cathedral as this was the pinnacle of the week. Bill was waiting for me with about a km to go... We wandered through to view the Cathedral for first time... Wow talk about impressive. Our place at the Hosperia San Martin Pinaro is a restored monastery and Is amazing and huge ...
... 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 ...