Hotel Balneario Guitiriz

Carretera del Balneario s/n, Guitiriz, Galicia, 27300, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Carretera del Balneario s/n, Guitiriz.
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    Travel Blogs from Guitiriz

    Crowded and noisy!

    A travel blog entry by greyo on Jul 24, 2014

    9 photos

    As mentioned, Sarria is the last place that people can join to gain their Compostela and so this is the place where school and church trips start, where people with small string sports bags join and where those in crisp white t shirts and brand new trainers join the camino. We knew this so an early morning start, on the road before 6:30am ensued. The terrain, our new phrase was ok, some pebbles but mostly woodland paths or tarmac so ...

    Savoring each step and breath along the way.

    A travel blog entry by claudiavail on Jul 19, 2014

    2 comments, 29 photos

    ... actually yesterday I was thinking of lightening my load and leaving the pancho behind.. Thank goodness I didn't. I looked at the weather on line like a modern pilgrim and it was going to be torrential rain all day long... Here is a pilgrim that hasn't been in a vehicle since I took the bus from Pamplona to St Jean Pied de Port, France.... The young soul that was at the desk where i was staying recommending calling Conchi the lady who drives a taxi...I went for it... ...

    Walking in the rain

    A travel blog entry by bdmitchell on May 23, 2014

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... 23: today has been a mostly rainy day. We have been walking in farmlands and through Eucalyptus forests. Some of the forested areas remind me of those scary fairy tales where the witch is hiding behind a tree with a poison apple. We stopped for a quick lunch at a private albergue/restaurant where I had "caldo gallego", a soup made with potatoes, white beans and cabbage. I also had a glass of Ribeiro wine . It felt good to dry off by the wood pellet ...

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    A travel blog entry by ranmar on May 13, 2014

    8 photos

    ... new pilgrims are not carrying their packs but have a side car to take their stuff or sending their luggage forward by taxi service. Climbing and descending has been ******* my knees. Motto- just keep on trekking. We have booked accomodation for Sunday And Monday in Santiago. Bought groceries for lunch today and breakfast in a.m. Pizza for supper. Yummy I had a great sleep. Randy said the frenchies were playing cards until ...

    Portomarin

    A travel blog entry by 2pilgrimsisters on Oct 08, 2013

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... about 2 this afternoon, leaving us with another other worldly walk! I think this type of walk is my favorite. Walking thru/past farmland and pasture. This was old farmland tho, brick walls with ivy to define the property. At times, we were literally (correct use of the word!) walking right thru someone's yard. The barn would be on your left, and the house on your right. We also played quite a few games of tip-toe thru the cow poo, which was fun! Hate to ...