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

Settling in at Eysus

A travel blog entry by megandlaurie on Jul 10, 2015

4 photos

... Spain which is tantalisingly close. Tapas beckon. We were welcomed cheerfully by Anna and Chris at our wonderful millhouse with cool water running under and beside and making the heat very bearable. We sat outside for a chat with wine and before long had discovered several mutual friends who now live in Cairns. Small world. Unloading, unpacking, a trip to the grocery shops, and we were exhausted. We slept with the hum of running water and no mosquitoes. This is going to be ...

From Portugal to the Pyrenees

A travel blog entry by sarahbaulch2014 on Apr 24, 2015

19 photos

... each other up to make the walls are a wonder.

Valdevere: a tiny village where we ended up one night after we walked cross country to a megalith site, which was a large circle of about 100 oval boulders upright and placed on the side of a hill overlooking a valley. A site where the sunrays and moonlight would convene as would people wanting to bless, gather, celebrate and meet up throughout their nomadic lives. No-one really knows for ...

Jesus! I thought the 9ks to Orisson was a walk!

A travel blog entry by thecamino on Jul 09, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

Well bend me over the desk and spank me sideways. That was the hardest walk i think i have ever done. Things would have been spectacular albeit for the weather. When i did get views they were pretty damn good but the weather turned to **** half way up the mountains. Not the ideal place for things to turn to **** either. The weather closed in with rain, about 25 knts of wind and the temperature without the wind would have to have been around 0. Jesus it ...

Camino Day 2 - 17.1 kms

A travel blog entry by wendyclive on May 13, 2014

5 photos

... break and you could catch a glimpse of the valleys below. Awe inspiring stuff. I was utterly surprised at my stamina and endurance of what I had achieved. Very proud of myself. The downhill run - deemed to be very difficult, was a little challenging due to the wet conditions, but we took it slow and steady, arriving into Roncesvalles at 1.05 - very proud of ourselves. Well, I was very proud of myself. A big day, ...

The tortuous first day - St JPdP to Roncesvalles

A travel blog entry by cherylmcinnes on May 05, 2014

10 photos

Well, we knew it would be a difficult day and it WAS! 25 kms that translates to 32 kms allowing for ascent and descent. At one point I thought we would NEVER get to the highest point which would then allow us to descend. It was gruelling to say the least. After hours of steep ascent, your thighs start to complain, but there is also the relentless requirement for the heart to beat faster in order to circulate the blood and oxygen to all ...