Hotel Castillo d'Archer

Address: Pl. Mayor, s/n, Huesca, Aragón, 22790, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Pl. Mayor, s/n, Huesca.
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Travel Blogs from Huesca

Buzy, Oloron Ste. Marie and St. Émilion

A travel blog entry by megandlaurie on Jun 09, 2015

1 comment, 11 photos

... a place to stay and ended up in St. Émilion, what a town, it is just beautiful and old, 8-12th C old monastry old! After a look around we had a drink in the sunshine then returned to our hotel to change for dinner. A happy choice had us dining on duck and steak tartare with a good 2008 Chateau Croix du Rival which we found impossible to source locally the next ...

From Portugal to the Pyrenees

A travel blog entry by sarahbaulch2014 on Apr 24, 2015

19 photos

... formed when found. A Monastery was built on the spot and the cult began. This cult has spread to the South Americas because this area of Spain,called Extramudra, is where many a conquistador came from. Even Christopher Columbus himself came to pay homage to the Black Madonna after he survived a deathly & tumultusous storm at sea, throughout which he ferevently prayed to her asking for life.

The Monastery is a fantastic place and has ...

El Camino de Santiago

A travel blog entry by newtoa on Sep 22, 2014

4 photos

The Way of Saint James "el Camino de Sant Iago" ancient Christian pilgrim route has been transforming lives for more than ten centuries. People walk the route during every season of the year (192,488 last year!) but most of the foot traffic occurs during the summer months. We weren't sure how many people to expect on the trail and were pleasantly surprised to find many pilgrims in Roncesvalles. As ...

02. Roncesvalles to Zuriain (31.2 km)

A travel blog entry by pterano.dan on Jun 15, 2014

... trousers there was nothing of interest for me. I decided not to take the trousers though as I already had everything I needed. This morning as I was packing I realised that I no longer needed my blanket and decided that I would leave it behind for some other pilgrim if they wished to use it. I packed my bag, minus the blanket, and went down stairs. My dad was sat outside with his sketch book on a bench just outside the Alburgue doors, whilst two of the people ...

Day 2: Up and over the Pyrenees

A travel blog entry by cropeterw on Apr 27, 2014

4 comments, 4 photos

... the village. It has some lovely houses dating from the 1790s. We found a great local bar and had a few beers and some olives and cheese which was refreshing after the day we'd had. We felt pretty proud of ourselve making it through such a hard day. After looking around the village we went back to our room for an hour.

We had a great meal in the restaurant of soup, loin and ice cream and then saw Hemingway's signature written on the piano. An incredibly satisfying ...