Casa Rural Antonio Y Benina

Barrio Arriba S/N, 24139 , Castile-León, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Castile-León

Camino Day 26 - 27.2 kms

A travel blog entry by wendyclive

4

... sun rose. Within 2 hours we had reached Santa Catalina de Somoza for breakfast at 8.20. Wow... OJ, toast and coffee and a rest for 45 mins - excellent. And 9.5 kms done already. By 11.45 we had reached our supposed destination for the day! So we bought a few goodies and made ourselves a nice lunch in a gorgeous little park in the town of Rabanal del Camino. We then stopped for coffee (and use of the bathroom). Now ready to march on another 5.8 kms ...

Cacabelos - walked 16.5km

A travel blog entry by ellenzimmer

25

Wow, today felt great. Back in the swing, back hurts, feet hurt, but we are back on the trail! We left Peter with hugs and a few tears as he decided not to continue and was taking a bus to who knows where. That brings me to tears each time I think of all the friends we are now out of synch with since busing to Ponferrada:( Breakfast with the girls was nice and away we went. Stew and I broke for a coffee bathroom break around 10:00 in Fuent Nuevas. While sitting there enjoying ...

Day 29, 30, 31, 32, 33

A travel blog entry by missiemousie

58

... views of the mountains with snow on them and we never get tired at looking at them. We found a 'cowboy' bar where we stopped for some lunch. The owner had a collection of police badges from around the world, so Elvis gave him one from the QPS to add to his collection. We also met some Aussies who pronounce 'gracias' like 'grassy-****'. Rabanal is a small village, but nice. We stayed in the municipal hostel and even had our clothes properly washed with a ...

We begin the Camino!

A travel blog entry by bdmitchell

7

... was a peaceful green area, a place to wash clothes and breakfast! Each pilgrim's albergue has a "hospitalero", usually a volunteer, who asks for your pilgrim's passport, explains the running of the facility and shows you around. Our hospitalera was a British woman who was so kind and wcoming. After our long hike it was great. We unpacked our sleeping bags and I thought I had misplaced my IPod Touch , my connection to the world, only to find later that I had stuffed it in ...

Day 30 Cacabelos to Vega de Valcarce.

A travel blog entry by hedley.amos

6

... to Vega as we did not fancy beating the hell out of our feet on 8km of paved road.

The gang got together with Miriam & Kat for dinner and we were served by Deputy Dawg's grumpy brother. The food was fine but the service was different to say the least. We lucked out and got booked into an Alberque with only 5 of us the dorm. We even had shower with a view over looking the river. ...

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This hotel is located on Barrio Arriba S/N, 24139 , Castile-León.
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