Landa Ostatua

Address: 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

The final week: Cuenca, Albacete and Urrugne

A travel blog entry by oldagetraveller on Mar 08, 2015

3 comments, 29 photos

... a reminder to all, from both sides of the political spectrum, of the absolute folly and pointlessness of war.



















Next day we headed north from Zaragoza, past more flooded fields and smallholdings, up the Ebro valley then past Pamplona and San Sebastian to France, to one of our regular haunts, Camping Larrouleta at Urrugne. The day ...

Between Orisson and Pamplona

A travel blog entry by me.andmyshadow on Sep 04, 2014

6 comments, 8 photos

... years. My new friends and I, made up of a diverse group of four women travelling solo, spent a contented couple of hours eating delicious morsels such as goats cheese and caramelised onion on tostadas and drinking Rioja as the light faded. We could have been in our own home town by the number of people who stopped by our table to laugh and pass the time, all fellow walkers in town for the night. It was quite ...

Pamplona: San Fermin Festival Traditions

A travel blog entry by vmckinley11 on Jul 11, 2014

8 comments, 8 photos

... excitement. The first canon went off, signaling 8:00 and the release of the bulls. Less than 30 seconds later a huge sea of white and red came sprinting toward us. Our turn to run was here. We ran into the center of the street and stayed at the front of the pack for as long as possible, being separated from each other in the process. I ran for no more than 30 seconds until I was funneled outward to the edges of the street so others could run. I turned around and ...

Mud, sangria, and bulls

A travel blog entry by lacymeghan on Jul 05, 2014

1 comment, 34 photos

... with various food and drink and left after the 4th bull of 6. It was a good thing to experience, but probably doesn't need to be repeated any time soon. The rest of the night was spent watching fireworks in a field, watching street performers, and later back at camp, spending more time talking and laughing with our wonderful friends from around the world.

Tuesday morning, our last morning, came earlier than ever before. After one hour of sleep, ...

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 ...