Calle San gregorio s/n, Alquézar, Alquezar, Aragón, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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A small village

A travel blog entry by alicia.chenier


... understand it all because of her accent but it was neat to see. At the top, there were so many vultures flying around. Wow they have a huge wingspan! Quite remarkable the way they soared through the air.
After our stop, we continued up to Bielsa, stopping in Ainsa for lunch. I was fun to spend the day with Ana. We arrived in Bielsa around the same time as Eva and the ...


A travel blog entry by jennyraymoran


... in S Spain but once left alone we had to manage and we did. Sounds like a life reversal. Our main aim was for the next few days to get away from the cities and crowds and we have. The photos tell it all. Tomorrow we will be staying at a very old monastery only 70 kms from Barcelona for 2 nights. Then 4 nights in Barcelona and then onto London for 2 nights. Home on 27th October. Getting excited but Los really enjoying our trip still. Love Jenny and ...

A View to Die for. ...

A travel blog entry by dawidstowe


Hotel Ordesa is located about 2200 metres above sea level. A popular area for walkers, sking and (push) bikers.
The hotel has a lovely character to it. Staff are pleasent and helpful. They even insisted I park my motorbike near the main front entrance of the building.
The food is ok, bed is very comfortable and the bar well stocked! :)
Step outside the building or view from your room window is breathtaking! You wouldn't be bored. ...

Dodging the Thunderstorms

A travel blog entry by mrvince1952


... over Fanlo and Nerin to the south and west, and the bright yellow gorse on the hillside looks very picturesque. It's all a very gradual ascent, even after the path leaves the dirt road again to climb directly to the col. No cliffs in the way today! And on arrival at the Cuello de Arenas, there are indeed excellent views of the high peaks to the north and northeast, including Monte Perdido. Beyond the col, I continue for a short way, passing an ...


A travel blog entry by mrvince1952


... in between. The path eventually leads out onto a flat meadow below the Cirque of Soaso, where a small herd of cows is grazing contentedly, ignoring the large numbers of walkers passing a few feet away. I can now see huge peaks in front, one of which must be Monte Perdido, which at 3355m is one of the highest in the Pyrenees - however, I'm not sure which one it is, as there are others of nearly the same height nearby.

After a long walk on the flat, the ...

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