El Molino

Address: Carretera Madrid Irun Km 306, Pancorbo, Castile-León, 09280, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Carretera Madrid Irun Km 306, Pancorbo.
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Travel Blogs from Pancorbo

Day 12 - Atapuerca to Burgos 20km

A travel blog entry by thepoonanns on Oct 22, 2015

16 photos

... Howard less than a second to to - A older French woman deciding to squeeze her self onto our table by pushing Amanda and I apart to sell stickers that she had made with inspirational quotes on them (we thought they were free so were keen to grab some at the start, but when she started saying they were between €1-€1.50 we quickly lost interest) - Choi accidentally microwaving a chocolate croissant in its aluminium wrapper causing sparks to fly in ...

Downward dog

A travel blog entry by lisa.casey on Oct 07, 2015

18 photos

... in conversation with the others as she spoke softly with the Basque Frenchman who was politely waiting his turn for the kitchen as well. The soup was ready at the same time as the Big Group's meal, but I got a dirty look from the audacity of claiming a corner of the table and we sat outside in the cooling evening which was just as well since I could freely express my thoughts about our fellow pilgrims! In fifteen minutes or so, the Frenchman, Charles ...

11. Granon to Ages

A travel blog entry by hansonj on Sep 12, 2015

9 photos

... as I worked out my itinerary before I left. I bought a 1.5L bottle of Spanish Gatorade at the supermarket making my backpack that much heavier. Today was a difficulty of 5/5. It was steep but not impossible with a fair amount of tree cover. It was also cloudy today which made it a lot easier. If only my backpack was lighter. Lunch was at St Juan de Ortega. It was much smaller than I imagined but there was a monastery and a beautiful church. ...

Belorado To Ages

A travel blog entry by kimlevering on Jun 06, 2015

1 comment, 11 photos

... I was walking I ran into a Canadian. I told her about how I had heard that people can have problems in this stage for some reason. I used the term "bad vibes". She told me that there was good reason for this because this stretch used to be the worst part of the camino for robberies and murders, since it was remote. Also, apparently during the Spanish civil war many people were brought up to a spot along here to be massacred. Hmm... bad vibes indeed. In fact, there was a ...

Santo Domingo to Villa Franca

A travel blog entry by jodiev on May 09, 2015

2 comments, 40 photos

... little village of just 2000, I filled my water bottle, at the drinking font (fountain, but not as we know a fountain, more like a giant bubbler tap), and a dog limped up to me, and looked up. Like a Disney movie, I turned on the fountain and he had a drink. It turned out the rather large Littlest Hobo was thirsty, and I stood for what seemed an eternity holding the water on for him. He thanked me, and I was on my way, having done my second good deed for the day, ...