Casa de Tepa
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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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Hotel Casa de Tepa***
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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 …
Today seemed busy! We had breakfast of eggs and ham before heading out for our 11 mile walk. We stayed most of the day on a rocky, dirt road. We saw a herd of sheep being ushered through the town streets on our first break. After a short climb, we stayed high on the hill with lots of trees, fields planted and not, and green lizards everywhere. The …
Everyone's journey is their own on the Camino. There should be no judgment. It is not a competition. I don't know how many times I have said or agreed with those statements.
Yet last night at dinner, when Janet and Anne (two 75 year old British women) said they would be walking 31 km to Astorga today, I felt compelled to do the same thing.
It was a long day. I left ...
... armor. We made really good time and had traveled two thirds of the way today when we entered a little village. There was a tour bus and we stood, (stinky, sweaty and fairly disgusting) and watched a group of people exit the bus, all fresh and smelling good, with the Camino shell on their day packs and walk into the first bar/restaurant they saw. I must admit, I did not like these people. Then, ...