Eurostars San Lazaro
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Concierge desk
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Eurostars San Lazaro Santiago de Compostela
Travel Blogs from Santiago de Compostela
... and quite a spectacle as well. The highlight for many is the lighting of incense and swinging of the huge Botafumeiro. It requires around eight men to pull on the ropes which swing and lift the great smoking vessel in great leaping arcs over the heads of the congregation. Wonderful! Today Santiago de Compostela is generally regarded as the end point of the pilgrimage although the route is much older than the Christian tradition ...
... pace. The breakfast stop is drawn out. The chats with others we have met over the past 13 days last longer - all in the hope of extending what has been a fabulous journey! Still blessed with pathways and shaded areas we are immersing ourselves one last time in the feeling of freedom that the Camino draws you in too. The city of Santiago now spills into our pathways as the ancient way travelled by pilgrims ...
... a great looking bar hoping for the ever allusive French omelette chorizo bocadillo we had experienced weeks before only to be told they just did coffee. Finally our reward did come many kilometres down the track when we came across a restaurant attached to a hotel called Hotel Amenal. We finally found the Holy Grail of which we had searched throughout Spain. The ham and cheese omelette bocadillo. We savoured it in the sun and ...
This past weekend was our last AHA excursion and our last time being together. Since every weekend there is someone traveling, this was the last time we are all traveling together, or spending the weekend together. It was sad, but we made the most of it.
We traveled on a private bus to Santiago, and arrived Friday night. I was paired with 3 other girls, so we had the entire top floor to ourselves. It was by far the best room there! ...
I arrived in Santiago de Compostela this afternoon "completing" my 400 km. half Camino. Hmm. Just writing it down like this, it strikes me that this can be considered as an accomplishment and not a failure in the same sense as one can still take pride in running a "half" marathon. Huh. That was a light bulb moment and puts things in perspective for me a bit more.
And while things did not exactly go as anticipated, I will ...