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

    Back in Santiago and ironic how time flies.

    A travel blog entry by thecamino on Aug 20, 2014

    16 photos

    It is now about 10am on the 20th of August and i find myself sitting in one of the front pews of the Cathedral in Santiago awaiting the commencement of the pilgrims mass. Exactly 4 years ago today almost to the exact hour (in fact by the time the mass commences it will be the exact hour) I received a phone call from my little sister who was on her way to Rockhampton as Mum had some health news that wasn't good. I remember sitting on the back steps of my place talking to ...

    The journey and not the destination

    A travel blog entry by claudiavail on Jul 23, 2014

    5 comments, 35 photos

    ... all night. At 4 am I looked out my balcony and it was still going. I waiting for the first light to, slip out of the city and find my way back in nature . A pack ,of bikers raced in just as I was leaving. Cities tend to be poorly marked but I just kept going... After about a half hour I saw a guy with a backpack, dragging his feet and looked like maybe he had stayed up late.. Of course the mind wants to,describe as fast as it sees something. ...

    What I learned on the Camino

    A travel blog entry by bdmitchell on May 29, 2014

    5 comments, 2 photos

    ... wrist and neck wallets, my yoga pants, Zumba cargos, my pack cover and of course my IPod Touch. I kept it in my right hand pocket at all times. The charger and adapter were in my left hand pocket. Whenever we made a rest stop at a cafe I would ask if they had WiFi and then look for an outlet to keep it charged up! I was able to take many photos and even a few videos. The immediacy and ease of sharing has been a big plus. As I sort through all my pictures, videos and ...

    Play night and day in Santiago de Compestella

    A travel blog entry by marknpatti on Sep 16, 2013

    1 comment, 7 photos

    Last night our entire group went out for a fabulous seafood feast at an incredible restaurant called "Don Quixote's". Dinner started with a plate of Pimentos and bread (they never stop serving you bread over here; morning, noon and night) Next up was Lots of delicious seafood including shrimp, prawns, gooseneck barnacles (very good), crab and scallops and each done a different way in awesome sauces. Lots of wine and stories were shared about the trip and even some singing by the ...

    Sitting tight in Santiago

    A travel blog entry by marymc21 on Jul 31, 2013

    4 comments, 11 photos

    ... still not finished the camino, but it felt WONDERFUL to arrive down into the city and know that your legs weren't broken and bleeding and your back hadn't turned against you. I shouted into traffic over a bridge because I was so excited. Sadly, it's still mourning week here, and just after we'd crossed over the railway line (THE railway line) a hearse with a coffin drove past us. I don't know whether it was connected to the deaths or not, but it kinda dampened the ...