Casa Rural Antonio Y Benina

Address: Barrio Arriba S/N, 24139 , Castile-León, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Barrio Arriba S/N, 24139 , Castile-León.
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Travel Blogs from Castile-León

Day 7 Rabanal Del Camino to Molinaseca

A travel blog entry by ohaganm on May 31, 2015

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Up early as usual. Set off by 6.50. Good few on the road. Faces becoming familiar. Santa and Mrs Claus with friend who has arm in a sling. They are Italian. Route today heading uphill gently to highest point of Camino Cruz de Fero 1505 metres. Which really means nothing to me but think it's high. It was a lovely morning cold but sunny. Scenery beautiful lots of yellow broom lavender sending gorgeous scent across the hills. First stop Foncebadon for ...

Splat - oh thank goodness. Not one of us!

A travel blog entry by alohapilgrims on May 28, 2015

1 comment, 12 photos

... to have gotten lost or taken the wrong turn.

- Lovely hotel tonight. Mini oasis, trellis courtyard, wine store where reception is located, interesting dark penetrating restaurant, romantic rooms.

- Too much food, Opas multi-course meal with aperitif cherry cordial was more than we all needed and quite intoxicating. ...

Oh, it's Rebecca!

A travel blog entry by alohapilgrims on May 24, 2015

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... we were from the U.S. And we had one single room and one double room. Yes, hadn't we already discussed that about four times in the last half hour? We hollered to dad to come back and finally checked in. Funny how they found us when we decided to leave? I really don't know what changed or what possibly leaving might have mattered. Whatever. We had very private, clean, and extremely quite rooms. It appeared we were in their family private quarters ...

Grumpy Hubby

A travel blog entry by 2appreciate on May 22, 2015

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... and mindset: we talk about being behind in terms of what day is published and how many we could get published today if only we could find good wifi. Most others talk about where they are on the path and what their timeline is for completion.

WIFI is tricky, since we tend to get to a town earlier than most we start with excellent connections, then 50 people show up and it slows to a near dead stop. Or we are in a small remote place, in which, for many, ...

Day 29

A travel blog entry by newtoa on Oct 20, 2014

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... course, there are many Americans and many young people on the trek, as well. Many people have walked the Camino numerous times. Yesterday began misty and cool as we started walking through the Pass of Irago to the highest point of our entire journey. The ascent was not as difficult as I had anticipated, but coming down was rocky and exhausting. By afternoon the sun had come out and we had a pleasant walk to ...