Hotel Alaska

Address: Ctra. Madrid-Irun km 403, Altsasu-Alsasua, Navarra, 31800, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Ctra. Madrid-Irun km 403, Altsasu-Alsasua.
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Travel Blogs from Altsasu-Alsasua

Burgos Provence

A travel blog entry by brinkman on Oct 06, 2015

9 photos

Leaving early walking thru the city we now enter Burgos Provence. The vineyards are no longer as we enter the Meseta. Alas the wind and rain create the challenges of the day! Wind, wind, pain and more pain! Breathe in...Breathe out. This pain will ...

13. Burgos Rest Day

A travel blog entry by hansonj on Sep 14, 2015

15 photos

12C Sunny Less than 500km to Santiago now. Burgos is a pretty town once you get into the centre. Very charming. The "Italian style" group walked on without me today. I stayed behind in Burgos to find a dentist and neither he nor I spoke the same language. Pointing and his experience got my filling fixed. There was a farmacy on the way back so I stopped in and bought yet another pair of glasses. I'm going to try and not brake these, ...

Ages to Burgos

A travel blog entry by kimlevering on Jun 07, 2015

7 photos

Spaniards like their futbol. Last night was the finals in European soccer and Barcelona was competing against... Italy? Maybe? I'm not really into soccer, but the albergue bar was filled with excited pilgrims. We were lucky to have a seat with a view of the TV screen. Barcelona ended up winning (YAY!) and celebration ensued. Muchas cervezas. Guess who was at the celebration? Team Texas - David and Anna! They are still alive! I think they may still be sending their bags ahead to the ...

Ages to Burgos

A travel blog entry by kcambio on Jun 07, 2015

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... to see it. After many miles, we stumbled upon our reserved hotel, Puerta Romeros right on the Camino! We checked in and took a well needed rest. The hospitlero didn't want to make us lunch, but with great reluctance he produced a boccadillo with bread and chorizo. After that, Norm and I stumbled into the neighborhood to see what we could find. It's a university area, and we located the neighborhood hangout which served ...

Northern Spain is even wetter

A travel blog entry by oldagetraveller on Dec 12, 2014

3 comments, 22 photos

... the village. To show how calculated and callous the attack was, there were specific instructions to spare two things. First, the sacred oak tree, for destroying that would have antagonised the Basques even more. Second, a large gun manufacturer, close to the centre, whose production line should keep running in order to arm the rebels. The attack was an ideal opportunity for the German and Italian air forces ...