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TravelPod Member ReviewsCasa de Tepa Astorga
Wonderful! We enjoyed the quietest night, the most comfortable accommodations, and the absolute best shower since beginning our Camino journey. We actually slept 12 hours the first night and were so pleased with our stay that we booked a second night. We were lucky because they were full but had a cancellation. Great location and a variety of choices for breakfast. We highly recommend the Case de Tepa!
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Orbigo to Astorga
Hotel Casa de Tepa***
High 68, Low 36
0 km (0 miles)
Ahhhh, twelve hours of sleep! For EVERYONE!!! Unimaginable. We couldn't believe how quiet it was. And dark. Essentially there are no windows in this room. The hotel is a medieval building sitting directly on the pilgrim stone path, no cars allowed. Our …
This was a beautiful 17kms of walking, with ups and downs over lovely hills, through the village of Santibanez, with gorgeous blue doors and window shutters on an old building next to the cafe I stopped at, with a blue car parked in front, and someone had placed their blue backpack next to it. It was like it was a set up it was so perfect. I saw …
Hospital de Orbigo to Astorga (pop 12,000)
Hotel Casa de Tepa***
High 66, Low 36
16.7 km (10.4 miles)
***Happy Birthday Mikey!!!
What a difference no wind, full sun, and mittens make even when the temperature is the same bone chilling 37 degrees as the day before! God took care of the weather and it was Oma's inspiration that Opa and I should use our extra pair of wool socks as mittens. We did, and were we ever thankful! We ...
... eight weeks from Le Puy. When I tell them that today is my birthday, they ask me to stay so that they can sing songs to me. A special spontaneous moment which I will always remember. The scenery is great with big hills and you can imagine this journey being taken a thousand years ago, particularly as you look down over the churches in the valley below, including tonight's stopover at ...
... of Gregorian chanting monks. It was pretty cool to listen to this deep, deep harmony in such a small stone church with everything harmonising. After that back to my now favourite bar for diner and a beer. As soon as diner was over the waitress came out in and broken english said 'stevie, maybe lil glass of holly ****'. Then i had the giggles. Again i think it is an Aussie thing and we needed to get a photo with the bar tender ...