Alisa Hotel

Address: Ctra. Madrid/Irun Km. 203, Lerma, Castile-León, 09340, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Ctra. Madrid/Irun Km. 203, Lerma, is near Cathedral of Santa Maria and Orbaneja del Castillo.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Lerma

    Mary, Joseph and a Donkey

    A travel blog entry by lisarickenberg on May 24, 2015

    5 comments, 12 photos

    ... again for all your messages, both on the blog and direct by email or text. I don't reply to them as it would be all too easy for one's mind to drift back to home stuff, but your support is much appreciated. I noticed a 'visit counter' on the blog, and it averages at over 50 per day, which is pretty much as many people as get the email notifications. Thank you.

    I had a lovely long chat with Anna, who was on great form and training today for joining me at Sarria. Life is Good!

    Any path will get you there?

    A travel blog entry by 2appreciate on May 13, 2015

    20 photos

    ... where towns were, and we approached them with the eager anticipation of a place to sit, eat, drink and pee. But town after town turned out to be empty ... abandoned ... boarded up. With each hurtful pass through something that could have been, my legs seemed to feel heavier and heavier ... and the ache in my shoulder became more and more acute.

    On a positive note, there was one climb early in the day when I passed D going up a hill. On ...

    Experiencing the Meseta

    A travel blog entry by alohapilgrims on May 09, 2015

    10 photos

    ... village that sounded quite appealing. The walk, although desolate, did not appear difficult so we decided to go the distance to end on a downslope for the following morning.

    We stopped for a brief rest and café con leche after the first Meseta in Hornillos de Camino, then pushed on, expecting to linger in San Bol for a longer rest. Little did we realize that San Bol consisted of only the Alburge, which was open only to ...

    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 21 - Tardajos to Hontanas

    A travel blog entry by jimandi on Sep 08, 2014

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... though it was 7:05 and just the beginning of first light, we were still able to see how our path had brought us up from the valley below to the mesa that now stretched as far as we could see left, right and straight ahead. The view was reminiscent of the vast plains of the American Mid-West. We had expected the Meseta to be totally flat and monotonous, but at around 7:30, shortly after sunrise, we saw before us ...