Hotel Spa Oca Katiuska

Outeiro 52, Silleda, Galicia, 36540, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Outeiro 52, Silleda.
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Travel Blogs from Silleda

A day of dodging the rain

A travel blog entry by thecamino on Aug 10, 2014

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... before i arrive. I dont want to have to do 20 ks the morning prior to the big 12 midday ceremony at the cathedral. As of tomorrow morning it will only be 10 days till Joelene starts her big adventure over here and i am looking forward to being about to order her a coffee and a croissant in spanish. Even though i have learnt how to order octopus three different ways i don't think this will be required for Joelene when she gets here ...

Sole to Soul

A travel blog entry by claudiavail on Jul 20, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

... the rain started... It was a beauty of a rainstorm. It seemed like we walked for a long while between the drops... Then the rain came town hard for hours... After 2,5 hours of walking, we came to the first cafe where everyone was happy to dodge in from the rain. Teomguys from Amsterdam sat down next to me and we had an immediate connnection.. They recognized my hat snd asked me if I was the person in the morning that said buenos Dias. They told me that ...

New friends

A travel blog entry by baileysworld on Jul 10, 2014

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... both sun and rain. It again demonstrates the people's commitment to the Camino. The way took us through many hamlets and across farmland growing corn, wheat and strange tall cabbage-like plants. We met an English couple as we neared the end of our day's journey. It turns out that he is a cruise ship captain who trained the captain of ...

Sarria to Portomarin, Spain.

A travel blog entry by dyak on May 21, 2014

... a gradual decline in elevation to 370 m at Portomarin.In the 1960s the Miño River was dammed to create the Belesar reservoir, putting the old village of Portomarín under water. The most historic buildings of the town were moved brick by brick and reconstructed in the new town, including its castle-style main church: Church of San Juan of Portomarín. In the seasons when the dam is at low level, the remains ...

Day 2: Rookie day-song walkin in the rain

A travel blog entry by mackayps on Apr 26, 2014

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... We were about two hours in when the rain lifted and we walked in sunshine. The peloton passed us by once in the morning.... Takes a while I guess to get the bikes on the road. We were passed by a family of three on bikes early in the day, came across them three times and then as we entered the Portomarin Square, they followed us in. The day stated with walkers in front and behind us....not concerned about taking ...