El Caserio de Fatas
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- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
TripAdvisor Reviews El Caserio de Fatas Jaca
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... We are sad to see you go! From four to three we walk into the sun, Another church filled with gold Over Roman bridges, onto old Roman roads, Climbing up, heat beating down, Tiny village of Cirauqui here we come! Tired feet, 29k behind us, We enjoy delicious dinner communal style. Local wine, speciality black bread soup, We celebrate our ...
... Canadian couple and a group from Barcelona with a lovely man from Portugal. He made the evening; spoke eloquently in several languages, dressed in style despite having walked all day, lovely eyes with a genuine smile. A fine gentleman. The tiny village had the entire town in the bar for an early dinner to work on boosting tourism. Such a lively ...
Rest day - only 12km today. I've been walking with some Canadian pilgrims and it was another 20km to the next town with services, so we decided to stop in Arres. Beautiful tiny village!! Good choice for me as my cold has gotten worse & moved into my lungs, which proves to make for difficult walking! Glad for the rest and the local Farmacia in Puenta la Reina de Jaca was so helpful. In Spain the Farmacia is run by a doctor so I got some ...
... River! Very ideal and yet one wonders what people do here, so far from anything! One last pilgrim joins us and we eat the Alburgue meal of spaghetti with red sauce then pork with fried egg and French fries! Odd but filling. Desert usually includes a choice of yogurt or fruit and if in a city then a sweet tart is added to the choices. Grateful for the women's only rooms ...
... in a hotel, as there are no Alburgues open. Eat at the late hour of 8:30, the norm in Spain & then rest the night away! Did not plan well today, as I didn't have enough food for fuel and the villages were mostly quiet for the season. Many of these villages will become bustling during the winter ski season. They are taking a siesta during the fall! Grateful for my new pilgrim ...