Alisa Hotel

Address: Carretera Madrid - Irun, km.202, Lerma, Castile-León, 09340, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Carretera Madrid - Irun, km.202, Lerma, is near Cathedral of Santa Maria and Orbaneja del Castillo.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Alisa Hotel Lerma

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Travel Blogs from Lerma

Last full day for the Amigos

A travel blog entry by budjuggler on Sep 21, 2014

The editor has had a complaint from an avid reader and as a result has issued the following statement: Due to a misunderstanding, it is now recognised that Mr Adrian Corser of Surrey (near Farnham) will not be transferring his allegiances to wonkyism and has no intention of becoming a veggie. Ever. Normal service will be resumed imminently. We would like to apologise to Mr C for any distress caused by our previous assertion End One item missed from yesterday's issue was, when looking ...

DAY 20 - Ages to Tardajos

A travel blog entry by jimandi on Sep 07, 2014

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... son, mother and father have each gone out of their way to insure our visit was exceptional, and it was. Anyone who visits Burgos, Spain (the village of Tardajos is a mere 10 minute drive from central Burgos) should consider staying here for the quality, service and value. Lunch, dinner, drinks during the day, washing and drying our clothes and our upscale double room with ensuite bathroom was 65€. Walked today: 10.3 mi. Walked 2014: 152.3 mi. Walked total: 199.5 ...

Rain on the plains in Spain

A travel blog entry by claudiavail on Jul 03, 2014

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... were the wind in the wheat and poplar trees, and so many birds singing their own sweet songs.... Not a soul for miles. Wales through the arches of these ruin from 1146. This convent was dedicated to help pilgrims that got the disease called the Fire of Anton that spread through the Middle Ages. Arrived at Castrojeriz... A charming small town... I took a walk up the road and stumbled into a honey hole of nectar. While I was walking I saw an interesting man ...

The Way of the Spiritual Snorers - on the Camino

A travel blog entry by jules_young on May 07, 2014

5 comments, 5 photos

... was buried in a place on the Iberian Peninsula where a Shepherd saw a very bright star. A city grew up around the spot which came to be known as Compostela or "star field". Those of us that follow this route are called pilgrims, or peregrinos in Spanish, and our symbol is the scallop shell. One story is that the devil was tempting pilgrims on the route with water and St James came along and gave them water in a scallop shell. Mine came in handy when we came across a fountain ...

From Burgos on to the maseta

A travel blog entry by rosiemarzouk on Sep 19, 2013

2 comments, 6 photos

... by the peregrino people, to show people around as there is a beautiful 17th century church right up on the hill, then a 13th century one that is now closed, and an old Templar hospital where they used to look after the sick pilgrims. And make liquor I gathered in our Spanish conversation! It was fun for me because she decided I could speak a bit of Spanish, so we had quite a conversation (Amr was talking to Joanna - he is much better than ...