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, 8 photos

Morrning wake up was at 6 am. Pamplona comes alive at night. The streets were filled with people of all ages partying untill late last night. Luckily I went to bed relatively early as it was a long day of walking today. I covered about 24 km in hot weather. Fortunately Spain is civilized enough to feature cerveza at the rest stops. And when most of the fellow pilgrims are Europeans - a cerveza break ...

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 ...

Orisson to Roncevalles

A travel blog entry by larimcdonald on Apr 13, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... them before. Thought of "The Wind in the Willows" . The paddocks are bumped all over with them and the biggest slug I have ever seen but apparently he is small. Check out the pic. The robins flit through the beech forest all day. Some up high in the mist where the trees are still in winter mode and some much lower down the slopes where the first leaves are breaking into spring and it is warmer - well 14 degrees anyway. You can actually ...

A Day to Explore Roncesvalles

A travel blog entry by europepilgrims on Aug 14, 2013

2 comments, 10 photos

... of Roland, a couple of centuries later. The battle actually took place on the Pass of Ibañeta, which is part of the Camino we walked! Roncesvalles is home to the "Real Colegiata", which includes St. Mary's church, a lovely Gothic-styled building with a cloister, a chapter house with star-ribbed vaulting, King Sancho VII's tomb and a silver-coated statue of the Virgin Mary. The "Real Colegiata" was originally a pseudo-governing body, ...

May13

A travel blog entry by joannemcleod on May 13, 2013

1 comment, 6 photos

... the mist and the views were fantastic as we kept walking UP. We were above the trees so we could see forever. There are lots of other pilgrims on the route and it feels good to look down and see them way down. Then I look UP and see some way ahead and I get frustrated! The last couple of kms were the steepest descent ever but it was fun.

We were in Roncenvalles by 2 pm and after taking our ...