El Puntillo

Address: Iglesia 4, Adahuesca, Aragón, 22147, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Iglesia 4, Adahuesca.
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Travel Blogs from Adahuesca

Day 11 Boltana Spain.

A travel blog entry by simonsueroute66 on Sep 07, 2015

12 photos

... Arrived at our hotel - an old monastery. It was massive. Big disappointment was the extra charge for using the spa. This was the sole reason we booked it. Charge €30 each for 1 hour!!!!! Robbery. It didn't say this when we booked. I feel a complaint coming on. Restaurant expensive too. We drove down to the town for dinner. Only 5 mins away. Off to Sos del Rey Catolico. SPAIN. Not a clue about this area but the old mediaeval town looks nice. Good old ...

Mountains, Rivers, Lakes and searing Heat

A travel blog entry by houseoftemple on Jun 28, 2015

17 photos

My misconceived idea that if we went up through the mountains along the Pyrenees that it would be cooler. Today is the hottest day we have encountered so far. I don't know how hot as I have no wifi or reception but I'm guessing 35 to 40 degrees. We left Pamplona and it was cool and pleasant but instead of taking Kerry through to Zaragoza I instead chose to go up through the mountains to ...

Back to wonderful Spain

A travel blog entry by europeantour13 on Jun 21, 2015

2 comments, 15 photos

This was another awesome day of spectacular scenery.

We started out by following the route de fromage which features farms which sell the Ossau Iraty cheese. Unfortunately the ones we found were closed or so well hidden, that we never got to taste this famous cheese.
However, we drove on along lush green valleys, babbling brooks, through forests of birch, larch and oak, past villages with clusters ...


A travel blog entry by europeantour13 on May 26, 2015

1 comment, 15 photos

... the position of the town on a cliff or in the loop of a river. Little fiefdoms all over the place.
Before long the snow capped top of the Pyrenees came into view and, as in the past trip, we came across lone cyclists battling their bodies and the steep winding roads. Bend after bend provides another impossibly beautiful panorama, so I guess that would take away the pain in the legs a little bit.

Differentiating footpaths and roads on google map

A travel blog entry by drrich on Apr 27, 2015

5 photos

... had roads going up into the old town. I thought why not. Pat looked and asked if i was sure but once slightly committed it was too hard to reverse. We think some small local cars did use them but as we inched around corners waiting for wing mirrors or worse to scrape- I reappraised my assessment of google limitations. We are also looking at getting nice old fashioned maps as ...