Landa Ostatua

Poligono Industrial Landa, 31880, Leitza, Navarra, 31880, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Poligono Industrial Landa, 31880, Leitza.
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Travel Blogs from Leitza

Bulls and Hemingway

A travel blog entry by richalive on Oct 06, 2014

4 photos

... in walking boots and carrying a heavy rucksack. This city is synonymous with bull running and fighting and there are constant reminders of this Basque tradition everywhere here in Pamplona. I walked around the bullring and found a gate open. Reckoning that it is easier to seek forgiveness than permission, I went inside and stood in the arena before being ...

DAY 8 - Lorca to Estella

A travel blog entry by jimandi on Aug 26, 2014

12 photos

... two sunny- side up eggs, fresh bread and french fries. Jim had chorizo, two fried eggs and french fries. We split a large mixed tuna & egg salad. A tasty, hardy lunch for famished peregrinos. After lunch we found a fresh market and bought a couple of apples and an orange for snacks tomorrow. We then returned to the room to stash the snacks and take down our now dry clothes. Then, without warning we were overwhelmed by a spontaneous nap of ...

Running of the bulls & the reality of a bull f

A travel blog entry by sandravventures on Jul 11, 2014

14 photos

Well, the night didn't go so well to put it mildly. The advice we received to get a place in town was not the best we've taken so far. Either we were meant to get a place near town, or the advice was given by someone who hadn't stayed in the town and thought It'd would have been better. Point is, the San Fermìn party goes all night, and at full force. It stops only the next morning for the actual running of the bulls. I believe around 2am is when the DJ started to ...

How do we find our way?

A travel blog entry by jgood on May 12, 2014

2 comments, 14 photos

As we describe walking from town to town, some may wonder how we find our way and avoid getting lost. Remember that the Camino is a very old pilgrimage route which has been hosting pilgrims for hundreds of years. The route is very well marked but the character of the marks differ from place to place. First, it will be useful to know that the clamshell is the official symbol of the Camino. We don't know why that is. Perhaps someone could ...

Day 6 Pamplona to Puente la Reina

A travel blog entry by hedley.amos on Apr 17, 2014

3 comments, 5 photos

Had another fabulous night's sleep and last night there was hardly a snore to be heard. Up at 06.00, breakfast done and out the door by 07.00. The streets of Pamplona were very quiet with only the occaisional early bird off to work and few other walkers out and about but that was it. It as a long 5km trek to get out of the city. Finally got the first decent Coffee after an hour of walking at Cizur Menor. Same funny old guy being harrased by a bunch of Cafine deprived walkers, ...