Hotel Villa Marcilla

Address: Ctra Estacion s/n, Marcilla, Navarra, 31340, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Ctra Estacion s/n, Marcilla.
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    Travel Blogs from Marcilla

    Day 7 - Pamplona - Obanos - 21.6 kms

    A travel blog entry by anne.l.lewis60 on Sep 07, 2015

    1 comment, 22 photos

    ... We did not see her again during the day so she must have made it, but we miss her already. Made Pamplona City limits before sun rise and then commenced a slow climb. The track was all up for first 8 or 9 kms, at the end of which we reached the iconic Alto del Perdon. At the alto is a wrought iron sculpture representing medieval pilgrims with heads bent to the west. This is featured in the movie 'The Way' and it was exciting to actually see ...

    Puente de Reina to Estella

    A travel blog entry by kcambio on May 29, 2015

    7 photos

    ... cute young women on a grassy knoll who had their boots off and all their first aid gear out to treat each other's blisters. "We have a foot hospital" they joked. We passed through several villages, seeing again the donkey with his pilgrim owner resting in a local park. Every time we passed a park in a village, it was occupied with clusters of resting pilgrims. We stopped at a children's playground to prepare our usual picnic. This time we had apricots that we'd found at ...

    Bicigrinos on the run ... Day 1

    A travel blog entry by 2appreciate on May 06, 2015

    3 comments, 38 photos

    ... The scallop shell is a universally understood symbol of the Camino de Santigo ... for several reasons:
    - Medieval pilgrims carried shells with them on their return home, as proof they had made it to the Galician coast where the shells are everywhere.
    - The shells proved useful as vessels for drinking and eating.
    - The various ridges on the shell represent the various routes pilgrims can take to one common end point (Santiago ...

    Puente Le Reina to Estella

    A travel blog entry by jodiev on May 04, 2015

    45 photos

    ... my life to my brother. Following his death, i was scanned, and it was discovered I too had an intracranial aneurysm. Neurosurgeons removed half my skull, repaired the weak artery, that was ready to blow, and gifted me some more years of life. My gratitude is boundless. As I wandered through the vines and poppies I started to sob quietly, as I remembered the sadness of his passing. The horror of him being switched off and let go, and the pain on my mothers face, ...

    Still In Pain

    A travel blog entry by travelindan on Aug 31, 2014

    5 photos

    ... they left HALF a bottle of red wine which quickly became ours over a game of sorry in the library. Sleep keeps getting better, and waking up at 6:30 every morning to start walking while it's still cool outside seems more rational everyday. We have been reaching our 17 mile walking destination by 2:00 in the afternoon which has been nice. We made it to the next city Estrella today at 1:30 and it's always a bummer on Sundays because everything ...