Hotel La Rectoral de Taramundi

Address: Cuesta de la Rectoral, s/n, Taramundi, Asturias, 33775, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Cuesta de la Rectoral, s/n, Taramundi.
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      Travel Blogs from Taramundi

      Sightseeing in Santiago

      A travel blog entry by vickitravel on Oct 01, 2014

      2 comments, 11 photos

      ... and churros. Delicious but very rich! We then walked back and joined the pilgrims' mass at 12. Hundreds of people in the cathedral so a really nice atmosphere. Walked for miles around the old town and part of the new then back to the old for a long lunch with Betty, Denise and Veronica. We shared fish and prawns, asparagus salad , tuna salad and cold meats. And more bread! And wine of course. ...

      Return to Ferrol

      A travel blog entry by greyo on Jul 29, 2014

      6 photos

      ... It's the same at the navel yard across the bay, frigates still stand there but there's no money to fuel them and as such the navel college stands empty. I spent the afternoon walking the streets, taking pictures of old haunts which are mostly closed now. There are some newer places opened but I don't think I saw customers only people browsing waiting for the sale signs to fall from 50% to 75% off. For a place that I remember as being one where seafood was plentiful, we ...

      Santiago

      A travel blog entry by ellenzimmer on Jun 23, 2014

      17 photos

      ... remind me of the Galician pulpo! We got lunch at our place by pilgrim office. Saw a few pilgrims from our earlier group. Today was summer solstice festival so Santiago was a little crazy all night. It rained but once the rain cleared the partying began. They build a bonfire and burn flowers. It is good luck if you jump the flames... I did not do this FYI. Lol. Tomorrow at 5:30 we head to the airport to go to Madrid. The trip is winding down ...

      Walking the Way

      A travel blog entry by quinitch on Sep 29, 2013

      5 comments, 28 photos

      ... stayed for a rest day, resting my tired, blistered feet as I soaked up the Basque culture. The next section to Bilbao was a more lonesome time but still with some lovely days of views and reflection. I took my first bus at Bilbao, skipping two days of walking. Why? I don’t rightly know except I felt totally overwhelmed in the city; the albergue I was aiming for had closed for the year; and I ran into a Dutch couple heading out by bus and, in the stinking heat of ...

      Walking the Camino

      A travel blog entry by huntingaurochs on Sep 27, 2013

      4 comments, 42 photos

      ... of "Wiez the juice buddy!". Obviously some really important discussions. Anyway as I said earlier - we arrived in Santiago De Compostela on the 15th of October, after 2 weeks of walking. The walk on the last day was cold and wet, and after 350km we finally made it to the church of Santiago!


      Filled with a sense of achievement and release, we looked at the church for a moment, turned to each other and said "want to get a ...