Hotel Don Carlos

Address: Dorraburu 1, Huarte, Navarra, 31620, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Dorraburu 1, Huarte, is near Pamplona Catedral.
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Travel Blogs from Huarte

DAY 5 - Pamplona to Zariquiguie

A travel blog entry by jimandi on Aug 23, 2014

14 photos

... fresh bread, local red wine and ice cream for dessert. About twenty of we pilgrims were seated for dinner. After dinner we chatted until about 8:30 and then retired for the evening. This afternoon and at dinner we met and chatted with fellow pilgrims from, England, Finland, Holland, Germany, Australia, France and the USA. Ages ranged from early 20's to late 60's (us). Walked Today: 8.5 miles. Walked 2014: 8.5 mi Walked total: 55.7 ...

Day 7, 8 & 9

A travel blog entry by missiemousie on May 01, 2014

1 comment, 45 photos

... were filling bottles with wine instead of water. Not too smart if you ask me. Anyway, we moved on pretty quickly and left the drunks behind. Not much to say about the local environment other than it is as beautiful as every other part of the north of Spain that we have walked through. I love this part of the country and could easily pack up my things and move here. Convincing Errin to do the same would be a bit hard. I would love to open a little Albergue for the pilgrims and ...

Uterga - back on the road

A travel blog entry by david.glance on Mar 04, 2014

We are back on the Camino after 5 days and on current plans should be walking pretty much every day for the next couple of weeks. Today about 18 k from Pamplona to Uterga (population 170 :)) over a little peak called le Perdon, with the increasingly ...

Day 4 - Pamplona - Mark

A travel blog entry by ottawacouple on Sep 02, 2013

1 comment, 13 photos

... streets filled with tiny shops. It still strikes me as odd that most businesses shut down at 2pm for siesta only to open again at 5pm which would be considered an early dinner time by the Spaniards. As I lie in my bed tonight in the albergue I'm staring at rough whitewashed plaster walls and rough hewn beams - craftsmanship from many hundreds of years ago. The albergue can hold up to 50 pilgrims ...

Day 2 Roncesvalles to Zalbaldika (37 km)

A travel blog entry by burke.hamish on Aug 24, 2013

8 photos

... Turns out this albergue is run by nuns, overseen by volunteers, operates on donations. By the look of it the last lot of pilgrims were not very generous. The town of Zalbaldika is not a town but a gathering of buildings. 8 km shy of Pamplona it has no shops, no bar, no cafe, no hope of supplementing the meagre rations on offer in any way. We had not eaten much since breakfast. Over the last 2 ...