Hotel Peruskenea

Address: Diseminado s/n, Jauntsarats, Navarra, 31866, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Diseminado s/n, Jauntsarats.
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      Day eight

      A travel blog entry by jazzdog56 on Aug 27, 2014

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      We gave ourselves an anniversary gift by making it a short hike today. Staying in Viana for the night. Met Roger from Belguim who is walking the Camino because at the age of 59 his son said he was too old to do so. This is his fifth Camino! During the first part of the day we walked Hieme. This is his 7th Camino. He was an atheist until his second Camino. He has spent the past three years in a seminary studying to become a ...

      Hats off to the bull.

      A travel blog entry by dresalazar on Jul 09, 2014

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      ... I told them to stay there and ran to a group of older spanish people, asking them to call an ambulance immediately. I explained to them what happened in the best spanish I could and they told me to bring her to a corner down the block, so I did.

      We waited for what seemed like an eternity, and I wrote down spanish phrases for her boyfriend that he would need for the medics once they left. Finally the ambulance came, I explained what had happened, and ...

      05. Lorca to Picnic Area outside Los Arcos (29 km)

      A travel blog entry by pterano.dan on Jun 18, 2014

      ... the path I rounded a corner and found Elke washing her feet in a small stream. We talked for a few minutes whilst she dried her feet and put her shoes back on and then we walked together. We walked and talked until the next town about life, pilgrims, and the camino in general and then she left me sitting on a bench waiting for my dad. The next town we had come to was quite large and I didn't want to risk walking through it without my dad in case he missed the cafe I stopped ...

      Where do we stay?

      A travel blog entry by jgood on May 14, 2014

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... call ahead to reserve a room in order to avoid a repeat of the mattress on the gymnasium floor but reserving is not always possible. Some small towns have no lodgings and others have only Albergues and many of them operate on a first come first served basis. Some days, hiking an extra hour or two in order to get a better choice of lodging will not be an option. Well, it's time for "lights out" so I need to be a good neighbor and ...

      Deux Australiens en France

      A travel blog entry by nickandmaryjane on Oct 02, 2013

      39 photos

      ... was on the bank of the Cher river. Sadly, the campground has seen better days, but it was the only one we found in that area.

      Now, when you talk about the Loire Valley, you imagine that you can cycle along the river and visit all these wonderful Chateaux. Yes, you can, but be prepared to cycle some immense distances! For example, we had picked a couple of Chateaux to visit – Chenonceau, Cheverny, Chambord, Breze, and L’Abbaye Fontevraud. We ...