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Travel Blogs from Jaca
... of visitors under control. Even thought it was Friday and low season, the car park was half full.
The walk was an easy one on a good footpath following the river Arazas. There were lots of waterfalls to admire on the way. The valley is glacial in origin and the scenery is SPEC-TAC-U-LAR!
Wooded slopes give way to towering sandstone rock faces, rising like the walls of a giant's fortress complete with buttresses, turrets and towers. These walls dwarf us ...
... Wednesday 4th June
We woke to sunshine and high temperatures (dare I say scorchio!!) so decided to do very little. After much pottering, we walked in to the village of Boltana to do some exploring and visit the Tourist Information office.
Boltana is along the same lines as Ainsa. The old town is perched on a hill so the streets are steep and narrow. It had a small chapel and ruined castle at the top of the town.
We found ...
... We stayed at one of the original pilgrim hostels still run by a Padre. It was right in the centre of what is a pretty little town. 8 to a room tonight - fingers crossed all goes well. Had drinks up in the square with a big bunch of guys who had a few too many. Then we had what was probably one of the nicest meals yet - soup, salad and fish for me - Clive had chicken. Home and read for a while till the 8 in the room settled in - hard to get to sleep otherwise. Beds were very ...
Well we took a slightly later start today after a lovely breakfast at our Hotel where they provided me with lovely cakes and pastries for breakfast (along with the standard other things that are Gluten Free). The waitress was really lovely but I didn't understand a word she said. She spoke quite freely in spanish as though I would of course understand what she was saying. So I just smiled and nodded my head and she thought I understood. lol Today was ...
... away moisture, keeping you more comfortable when you sweat. Despite those things it still felt hot and that was my excuse for stopping at Uterga at one of the Albergues that has a restaurant and bar attached. Added to that, the need for the ablutions drew me into the bar area for a rest. A few others had the same idea and while I stood behind a young Irish man getting a beer, I thought "do I get a cup of tea or a cold glass of beer"? After getting my beer ...
Other places to stay in Jaca
Paseo de la Constitucion 1, Jaca | 1 star hotelfrom $59
Camino de Santiago 16 - 20 , Jaca | 4 star hotelfrom $57
C/ Santa Orosia, 1 (perpendicular to Avenida Francia), Jaca | 2 star hotelfrom $53
Membrilleras 7, Jaca | 3 star hotelfrom $60
Avda Francia 37, Jaca | 4 star hotelfrom $61
Mayor 41, Jaca | 2 star hotelfrom $66
Mayor 41, Jaca | 2 star hotelfrom $53
Paseo de la Constitucion 3, Jaca | 3 star hotelfrom $55
C/ Valle de Anso, 3, Jaca | 2 star hotelfrom $60
Avd. Francia 13, Jaca | Hotelfrom $45
Pico Collarada 59, Jaca | 2 star hotelfrom $68