Hotel El Espinar

Crta. N-VI P.K 66, El Espinar, Castile-León, 40400, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Crta. N-VI P.K 66, El Espinar, is near Hipódromo de la Zarzuela.
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Travel Blogs from El Espinar

A very very long day of driving

A travel blog entry by ldschaub on May 01, 2014

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We woke up, packed our bags and were on our way. We would be returning to Barcelona in a couple of weeks and would have plenty of time to see the city. Since we were starting to burn out on large cities, we decided to get on our way to Espinar, which was a suburb of Sergovia and a short way from Madrid.
We had read that toll charges in Spain …

Made it!!

A travel blog entry by yamrock83 on Jul 08, 2014


Almost 24 hours ago, we made it to Santiago! Lisa and I arrived with our adopted Camino family: Lynda from Canada and Simone and Maurizio from Italy. The five of us have been walking together for about three weeks now, which is maybe three months in real life time :) We are tight. Anyway, our plan to arrive in Santiago for Sunday mass didn't pan out, so instead we decided to get up at three am the morning of the seventh and walk the final 20k to Santiago in ...

Friday, 31.5 km to Santiago

A travel blog entry by ranmar on May 16, 2014

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Left Melide around 8 am. Sunny, warm morning. Delightful walk out of Melide. Our first stop was just over an hour after we started. Tea, orange juice and tarte de Santiago. Yumm. Can you believe the wait to use the toilet was 15 minutes? Continued walking. I had but a knee sock on and my knee became very irritated and swollen. Darn, I kept that thing on too long. We came upon a small cafe, sat ...

1st summary 3-47

A travel blog entry by bballer35 on Mar 18, 2014

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In the beginning of the book you find out the boy's name is Santiago. And Santiago has been having dreams about finding hidden treasure. So Santiago sets of with three ancient coins his dad gives him and a flock of sheep. On his adventure he finds an abandoned church to sleep in. The next day he finds a fortune teller lady that will predict his future when he realizes she is wasting his time. The ...


A travel blog entry by irogbenachi on Oct 17, 2013

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... he gave me an advice.saying the secret of happiness lies underneath my foot only if i could be focused and see it.Then i realized that my legend was right here in Andalusia.I was glad but when it came to a point i actually thought that my coming to the sea shore was a great omen for me and having able to know that my quest was in my ...