Casa Grande de Trives

Address: Marques de Trives, 17, Puebla de Trives, Galicia, 32780, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Marques de Trives, 17, Puebla de Trives.
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Travel Blogs from Puebla de Trives

Two old men finish their walk and think of home.

A travel blog entry by roger.bawden on Oct 19, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... t it be great to see that situation in our churches each or any Sunday. Mind you many who were there were present to see the incense burner swung at the end of the service. They had priests from a number of different countries involved as well as lay people who have been pilgrims. Beautiful music and singing bounced off the high stone roof of the Cathedral. On exiting we saw an orchestra setting up in the square ...

Sarria - Portomarin

A travel blog entry by merrylefrench on Sep 12, 2014

1 comment, 1 photo

Significant walk today is 18.7km. Quite warm and a hilly walk.much of it through small rural holdings. The Camino has breathed new life into the community. The land owning is quite small and self-sufficiency is a clear focus, with lots of small kitchen ...

Paul's b-day, Day 29 - Aug 9

A travel blog entry by mary_and_paul on Aug 10, 2014

15 photos

... We had a beautiful and peaceful walk in fog. Just out of O'Cebreiro we saw a couple pilgrims hugging the side of the path, maybe cupping mountain water for a cool refreshment. When we came upon them, we found Tatyana from Slovania and Tieman from Holland harvesting wild blueberries. It was our first time with this and a great birthday gift for Paul. We continued to our first stop, Santa Maria de Poio, around noon for ...

If i was to believe in angels! & my camino mom

A travel blog entry by thecamino on Aug 05, 2014

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... again O'Cebreiro has shown its hospitality. I sculled my beer looked at her and walked out If you haven't got the hint yet, i was beginning to think that this joint sucked a fair bit. The views were great but the people so far were just *****. So one last check if i am going to keep walking. I asked the guy at the last joint for a menu and he was great, asked if i wanted to stay and said everything was full and he said sorry. I just wanted something little to eat so i ordered ...


A travel blog entry by baileysworld on Jul 06, 2014

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Sunday was a long walk. The 20 kms were downhill for a long way. That was hard in the heavy rain with the slippery rocks and mud. Downhill is ******* the legs too. We passed through amazing little villages that were trapped in the 17th Century. We saw an old lady sweeping the cowshed with a witches broom. It was like she had been transported there from the time of the inquisition. The weather improved in the afternoon so we stopped and ate a picnic ...