Hotel Urturi Golf

Address: c/ Arriba s/n, Urturi, Basque, 01118, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on c/ Arriba s/n, Urturi.
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Travel Blogs from Urturi

Into Castilla y Leon Province

A travel blog entry by richalive on Oct 14, 2014

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Santo Domingo to Belarado Saint Domingo is a hero around these parts as he was a great supporter of the Camino many centuries ago, building a bridge for peregrinos and providing places to stay. Part of his legend is associated with chickens and appropriately, two roosters from the garden of the albergue crowed at six o'clock this morning. The Way moves from La Rioja to the province ...

From vines to hay and something about food

A travel blog entry by roger.bawden on Sep 21, 2014

4 photos

... Lunch is taken on the walk and again can be a dry bread roll with a piece of cheese and a drink. Our drink of choice at the moment is Nestles lemon iced tea. Meals on the go are scratch at best and none existent at times. Hardly high in the nutritional value so we try and make up at night. They have done interesting pastries and a real mixture whenit comes to coffee. Small cups make for strong ...

Day 2 Navarette to Azofra

A travel blog entry by ohaganm on Aug 28, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

After a very sleepless snorefree night (because no one got any sleep) we headed off this morning. We met Andre from Holland last night at our Albergue. He has walked from St Jean since last Saturday. We call him the flying Dutch man. He said weather has been 34 last few days. But happily an overcast morning when we set out from Navarette. Eugene and I sent bags on as once more I packed too much ...

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

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

... not happy, it took several days before he stopped looking longingly over his shoulder. Over the next few days he could often be seen looking back over the hills and fields we had just crossed with a mournful look in his eyes, before sighing loudly to himself, turning and plodding on down the road like the little boy who Santa forgot. Seven kilometres further down the way was a town called Villamayor de Monjardin where we were planning to find an alburgue and stay for the ...

Belorado celebrates

A travel blog entry by cherylmcinnes on May 15, 2014

2 comments, 13 photos

... has been replaced in modern times. He would be pleased to know that pilgrims still use this bridge hundreds of years later. After the village of Granon, we enter the largest autonomous region in Spain, Castilla y Leon. 95,000 kms with a population of 2.5 million people. 50% of our walking time will be spent in this region. When we stop for lunch in a small picnic area, along with a number of other pilgrims, a car ...