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

Over del Perdon Mountain Range

A travel blog entry by bjanke on Sep 26, 2014

6 comments, 9 photos

... the journey on foot, horseback or donkey.

The climb down was probably more difficult as it was primarily loose rock. While the day consisted of a lot of climbing in hot weather and I now have a blister - the views and the company of other pilgrims made it all worthwhile. I am now checked into a hostel in Puente la Reina, had a shower and am thinking about dinner.


Humbling Day 1

A travel blog entry by mary_and_paul on Jul 12, 2014

2 comments, 3 photos

I suppose our sending-off Mass, Tuesday night at our home, should've been a clue for the weather to expect on day one of our Camino. It was a rainy, windy and foggy day; Mass had to be moved indoors last minute for family and friends. We left St. Jean today at 8am for our 17 mile walk to Reconvailles, Spain. The first couple hours were partly cloudy and all uphill. We stopped for cafe con leche at 11am feeling pretty good. We met a ...

On the Spanish side of the mountain

A travel blog entry by rosabranca on Jul 06, 2014

6 photos

... is geared up for tourism, there is no word of explanation about the monastic tradition, offices or music (mostly Plainchant, sung in Latin.). I think it would appear very dull to many visitors, which is a great pity. I don't think I'm cut out to be a Cistersian monk.... The Benedictines have better music! However, the saddest thing is that we fear that we are witnessing the last years of a way of life that has been traditional in Europe for ...

Orrison to Burguete - Trip day 6

A travel blog entry by bris_rick on Apr 27, 2014

3 photos

... in store for us. We follow the track down from the highest point but before vervet to Ronscelvalles we head though beautiful but dense woodlands and the steepest slopes I have ever experienced. I can't tell you what he gradient is but it is horrendous on the the feet. My smaller toes feel like they have been put in a mince grinder. It is so steep and prolonged can't really be explained properly it has to be experienced. We finally get into Ronscelvalles ...

St Jean, France to Roncesvalles, Spain 25.92km

A travel blog entry by amyandaz on Aug 29, 2013

3 comments, 15 photos

... for pilgrims (meaning 'have a good walk'). The walk became very steep, very fast, where sometimes it felt as though we were walking on the spot. At this point, pilgrims started dropping back and taking little breaks on the side of the path. 8km into the walk, we came across an Albergue, where we grabbed a well earned coffee and a rest. As we climbed further in altitude, the mist began to set in. At some points we couldn't see ...