El descanso de Wendy

Address: c/ Matadero Viejo 11, Astorga, Castile-León, 24700, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on c/ Matadero Viejo 11, Astorga, is near Archbishop's Palace (Palacio Episcopal) and El Transcantabrico.
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    Travel Blogs from Astorga

    The ups and downs of the Camino

    A travel blog entry by richalive on Oct 31, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... I have reached my low point on my journey. This Camino feels tough, really tough. But I know that like the physical Camino path and in life generally, what goes down must come up again and I know that tomorrow, I will climb to the highest point of the Camino. Before that, there is another 20km day to get through. It's Halloween and two young Australians have got into the spirit of ...

    Eww and ouch

    A travel blog entry by marcelle_travel on Sep 28, 2014

    4 comments

    ... in the most basic english that this was only the first plate. Well this meant more vino, second course of vegetables, third course of soup, fourth course of custard and escaping before they brought the coffee. We then doddled off to to complete the remaining 15km and a good day was had by all.
    Sorry I have nothing to say about the countryside or quaint Spanish customs or photos but it's much too late and we need to be up at ...

    Heather and Rainbows

    A travel blog entry by me.andmyshadow on Sep 16, 2014

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... walked ahead of our group I stopped outside an unremarkable building advertising itself as a bar/cafe. It's door was closed and I sat on the bench outside to add another bandaid to a complaining toe. I had intended to walk on but soon saw my friends coming up the path. After a little discussion we decided to go inside for a bite to eat at the cafe and what a treat that was. An open fire, a table set out with fruit, muesli, yoghurt, tea, coffee, chai, and so on. You could even have ...

    Mon. Aug 4 -- Day 24

    A travel blog entry by mary_and_paul on Aug 06, 2014

    2 comments, 15 photos

    ... village and therefore, his water and food supply. He's lived at this spot for 5 years and is a greeter to peregrinos, "buen vida!" He wore no shoes and his t-shirt said, "balance and composure." His cart is full of fresh fruit, rice cakes, jams, cookies and peanut butter. We made a couple pb&js on rice cakes. They hit the spot! He had a box for donations. Right about that spot we met Sue from ...

    A beautiful day for a stroll....

    A travel blog entry by cherylmcinnes on May 31, 2014

    4 photos

    ... day to our destination. It seems a very long 7 kms in the heat with not much shade and it is a rocky kind of path which is inclining reasonably gently all the way. By the time I get to Rabanal I just want to lie on my bed with my shoes and socks off. I open the window and then find I have drifted off to sleep for about an hour. When I get up again, my heal has stopped being so sore, thank God. I confess to wondering how it will go tomorrow as we make ...