Aragon Hills Hotel & Spa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Sallent de Gallego - Formigal
... THE WALK IN SPAIN, THE CAMINO AND HE CAME FROM MANITOBA TO DO IT AND HE QUIT AT 90 KMS. BECAUSE OF BLISTERS......I TOLD HIM I UNDERSTOOD. AND I FOUND IT SO HARD. BUT HE SAID HE WAS VERY IMPRESSED I DID IT AND FINISHED IT, I THINK IT WAS HIS WAY OF SAY WOW YOU ARE BIG AND OLD AND YOU DID IT.....HA HA ANY WAY AFTER ONLY 6 DAYS GOING BACH HOME, THAT IS SAD...BUT THATS THE WAY THE CAMINO IS .SO IT IS BED TIME AND I AM TIRIED , SO I HAVE A FEW PICTURES ALONG THE WAY HERE ON ...
SO THIS WAS QUITE A EXPERIENCE FOR ME... WALKING UP TO THE "PINES" BEING IN THE SAME PLACE OUR HOLY MOTHER WAS WITH THE CHILDREN. SUCH A PERSONAL TIME.EVERYONE YOU MEET HAS A HOLY' SPIRIT ABOUT THEM. IT IS A BEAUTIFUL FEELING TO BE AROUND. I WOULD LOVE TO STAY,BUT IT IS COLD AND I AM NOT DRESSED FOR IT. SO BACK TO SANTANDER ,GET ...
... hill, the shell attached to their bags. Wow we're at the Pyrenees it is incredible, love it, huge mountains, snow, fog, rain, narrow roads, moss, bridges and crystal clear steam s...headed to bolto for the night in an amazing place, casa rural de Porton de Murillo. highest place in the village views of waterfall, mountains, own fireplace and lounge...only ones there...crazy road to get to casa but PedroPablo was the best host, ...
... author and journalist, Emil Zola of “J’Accuse!” fame, wrote of Lourdes over a century ago. He said, “when little Bernadette came with her strange story of what she had witnessed, everybody was against her. The Prefect of the Department, the Bishop, the clergy, objected to her story. But Lourdes grew up in spite of all opposition, just as the Christian religion did, because suffering humanity in its despair must cling to something, must ...
... steep - or didn’t seem that way as we paced ourselves for what we knew would be a long day. There was a gentle descent and then a further climb along a narrow road perched on the side of a cliff before rising snakelike through the alpine to the summit of the Col D’Aubisque. Stunning.
As with most of the cols, there was an aid station at the top with food and drink but we didn’t hang around here too long as we were shocked when Fergus, ...