Husa Isaba

Address: C/ Bormapea s/n, Isaba, Navarra, 31417, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on C/ Bormapea s/n, Isaba.
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    Travel Blogs from Isaba

    Buzy, Oloron Ste. Marie and St. Émilion

    A travel blog entry by megandlaurie on Jun 09, 2015

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... a place to stay and ended up in St. Émilion, what a town, it is just beautiful and old, 8-12th C old monastry old! After a look around we had a drink in the sunshine then returned to our hotel to change for dinner. A happy choice had us dining on duck and steak tartare with a good 2008 Chateau Croix du Rival which we found impossible to source locally the next ...

    The trip down the Pyrennes has taken its toll.

    A travel blog entry by thecamino on Jul 10, 2014

    15 photos

    It was up early this morning to get cracking on the trail but not without a breakfast of Vitamin v (voltaren). Yesterday's trip down the Pyrennes has given my knee a real working over, so much so i am going to pull up at Zubiri this afternoon as i dont think i can do the full 27ks. The trip to Zubiri is 21 as it is. The sun started coming out from about 11 onwards so the views over the mountains got better and better. How they grow the mass amounts of flowers in ...

    Day 3: Into the hills

    A travel blog entry by cropeterw on Apr 28, 2014

    ... shocked at their size.

    After slogging through the mud for 7 hours, we finally made it to Zubiri where we got the last 3 beds in an albergue. It was quite a dangerous day's walking as we went across a lot of large wet rocks going up and down the hills. It would have been very easy to get injured if we had slipped but our walking poles proved invaluable. There were a lot of people on the path today and we were continually being overtaken by ...

    Day 3 - Tammy

    A travel blog entry by ottawacouple on Sep 01, 2013

    1 comment

    Memories from today. Walking down the forest path from Roncesvalles in the dark with a headlamp on and trying to avoid the numerous cow patties all along the path. Stretching out all our very tight and sore muscles as we continue to climb up and down through the Pyrenees. Walking on the level parts of the path seem easy, up hill not bad at all but down hill is very painful and slow going. By the end of the day my legs muscles are ...

    May 14 Roncesvalles to Larrasoana

    A travel blog entry by joannemcleod on May 14, 2013

    5 photos

    ... Almost all of the pilgrims are well educated - Doctors, lawyers, PHD's and even a few CA's. Most seem to be walking for a break away from it all. Very few are overtly religious. Most are inquisitive and talkative. Very few seem overly contemplative. Most seem to range from age 25 to 70. The majority are European.

    Some people have equipment problems and foot or leg ailments. ...