Las Palomas Hotel Costa Del Sol

Address: CARMEN MONTES, 1 , Costa del Sol, Andalusia, 29620, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on CARMEN MONTES, 1 , Costa del Sol, is near Camino de Santiago.
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Travel Blogs from Costa del Sol

Camino update

A travel blog entry by nicash07 on Sep 21, 2014

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... some way for my legs to not hurt for an hour. Pain meds help a bit though. So there's the leg pains... Then there's the bed bugs. We slept in a albergue (pilgrim's hostel) that was infested. Dan saw the biggest bug come crawling out from his pillow and immediately threw it to the ground. We could have left... But there was no other place to sleep. So I threw my pillow to the ground, closed my eyes and pretended I wasn't there. In the morning Dan inspected us. He had no bites.... I ...

Extra day in Carrion

A travel blog entry by jazzdog56 on Sep 08, 2014

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... Each bullfighter had two matches and used 4-5 horses for each match. These animals are magnificent! They can run backwards and sideways! They can turn on a dime and there is a lot of fanfare based on the matadors style. It's like a combo of Lipizon Stallions and American Quarter horses doing a cross between ballet and an obstacle course all with a 1100 lb bull chasing them! Late dinner and off to ...

Day 18 - tiny miracle, July 29

A travel blog entry by mary_and_paul on Jul 29, 2014

2 comments, 16 photos

... candle machine to remember some of our special people. Dinner was a community event back at the albergue with lentil soup, ceviche, cheese, bread, sausage and miscellaneous desserts. A song and farewell from the sisters ended the night. We headed to the upstairs alcove with our mats for what we expected would be little sleep. Exhaustion and melatonin helped and we surprisingly slept ok, until the first pilgrims began to rustle before 5am. A long day and a very long ...

Big skies

A travel blog entry by jgood on May 26, 2014

2 comments, 9 photos

... footsteps, whistling, singing, humming, talking in the same language, talking in different languages, and the awkward conversations including bad English and Spanish (this is usually the category I fall into). We stopped tonight in another very small village. It usually takes 5-10 minutes to "explore" these towns when we are done walking for the day. And usually the only other people you see out walking are fellow pilgrims. Not much to do to fill ...

Day 18: Half way there

A travel blog entry by cropeterw on May 13, 2014

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... our albergue as as we had drinks with a Canadian, a couple of Germans, a Dutch guy and a Pom among all our washing. Great camaraderie on this walk and good support. Just to finish off, we had dinner and linked up with another Aussie from the Northern Territory who is really a Queenslander and is returning to the Sunshine State soon. Small world, Deb. Her husband, Ian Matthews, works for Origin in Chinchilla and is working with farmers ...