Husa Isaba

Bormapea 51, Isaba, Navarra, 31417, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on Bormapea 51, Isaba.
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    Travel Blogs from Isaba

    A nice day walking and meeting people

    A travel blog entry by roger.bawden on Sep 12, 2014

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    Did you get the message that the walk to Roncesvalles was gruelling and intense and probably the hardest full day physically I have put in since my army days, a long, long time ago. Today's walk for the first 3kns was flat and under a tree canopy. It didn't remain flat the whole way as we had a steep and stony drop towards the end that was taxing. Again the views were spectacular and worth the walk. We found our accommodation in a pension quite easily ...

    Traveling the Spain countryside by foot

    A travel blog entry by bobalu11 on Sep 12, 2014

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    Last night in Roncesvalles, we shared a pilgrim meal with people from Quebec and England. Meeting people from all over has defiantly been the highlight of this experience. Today, as we were walking (22 km), we came across a man from Slovakia who is walking the Camino in remembrance of his wife, because as he puts it, "She is gone forever." We have also met a young girl walking ...

    Zubiri and Pamplona

    A travel blog entry by joss.camino on Oct 04, 2013

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    Arrived in the small village of Zubiri the day before yesterday after slipping and sliding for the last few kilometres. We left Roncesvalles in pouring rain accompanied by the occasional rumbling of thunder and flashes of lightning. Pilgrims walked in continuous rain for the first two and a half hours. Due to rain yesterday and the day before the road was quite slippery and muddy. Combined with the fact ...

    These woods are lovely,dark and deep but..........

    A travel blog entry by irvin.cane2 on May 11, 2013

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    Yesterday we decided on a day's lay up at Roncesvalles.I woke at around 5 30 am, the time one normally gets up when walking the camino so that you can sort out your backpack and get onto the road in order to get in 6 or 7 hours walking and arrive early at your destination for the day before all the beds at the next refuge have gone.
    We had been lucky at Roncesvalles because Lara,the American girl we'd met in St.Jean, had asked us to share her ski apartment with her ...

    The start of stage two!

    A travel blog entry by bdvano on Jul 08, 2012

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    ... Madeleine was there and we joined her. She told us her story, that she was a teacher in Toronto but was a Franco-Ontarian. She told us that she had been caught in the hail storm last night, on top of the Pyrennes but somehow she managed to make her way to Roncevelles. She is one determined pilgrim considering her physical disability.

    We continued our journey to Viskarret, walking through pasture lands ...