Iturrimurri

Address: Ctra. Madrid-Irun km 403, Altsasu-Alsasua, Navarra, 31800 , Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Ctra. Madrid-Irun km 403, Altsasu-Alsasua.
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Travel Blogs from Altsasu-Alsasua

DAY 5 - Pamplona to Zariquiguie

A travel blog entry by jimandi on Aug 23, 2014

14 photos

... fresh bread, local red wine and ice cream for dessert. About twenty of we pilgrims were seated for dinner. After dinner we chatted until about 8:30 and then retired for the evening. This afternoon and at dinner we met and chatted with fellow pilgrims from, England, Finland, Holland, Germany, Australia, France and the USA. Ages ranged from early 20's to late 60's (us). Walked Today: 8.5 miles. Walked 2014: 8.5 mi Walked total: 55.7 ...

July 19 - day 8

A travel blog entry by mary_and_paul on Jul 19, 2014

3 comments, 9 photos

What a great transformation from one day to the next. We started the morning with a kiss and an anniversary wish. The day continued to grow in peace and love. Our walk was only about 6 and a half miles, knowing that we wanted to celebrate together in Viana and stay at the restored palace of Pujadas. They offered a special pilgrims rate and a breakfast buffet included. On our way we leisurely walked and visited. We ...

Where do we stay?

A travel blog entry by jgood on May 14, 2014

1 comment, 9 photos

There is a wide variety of options for lodging on the Camino. At the high end, there are some very nice hotels. These are most often found in the larger towns and cities but occasionally they are found in surprisingly small places. Our first night was spent in a 300 year old hotel in Roncesvalles which has been meticulously restored. We also stayed in a luxury hotel in Pamplona. Next down on the quality list are the Bed ...

Estella to Los Arcos

A travel blog entry by larimcdonald on Apr 19, 2014

2 comments, 12 photos

... super mercado to pick up cheese and stuff and swapped our bread from yesterday to a hot fresh one at breakfast stop to eat on the way. I can't believe this bread. Normally don't eat it, but not a lot of choice here, but I don't get the stuffy nose I get from eating bread at home and golly gosh it tastes divine, hoping that the walk disburses the carbs I'm consuming. Was a good girl and loaded 3kg on before I left in anticipation of losing weight and not ...

Vino, Vino, Vino, on the Camino

A travel blog entry by big_trip on Sep 27, 2013

2 photos

... Columbia. Also, anyone on a gluten free diet or low carb diet would surely starve in Spain. Bread or pastry for breakfast, bread for lunch and always bread for dinner. And not a obese person in sight. I love bread but even this is a lot for me. A lot of the hiking on the Camino it's actually right beside the road. It is great for cycling because we can choose the road or the path. Some of the roads are ...