Hotel Monasterio de Aciveiro

Address: Rua Forcarei s/n, Forcarei, Galicia, 36556, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Rua Forcarei s/n, Forcarei.
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      Travel Blogs from Forcarei

      30 K to Oseira...here we go!!!

      A travel blog entry by m00nman72 on Oct 03, 2014

      49 photos

      ... boots back on and we left Cea. On the way out of the town we found a Supermercado where we bought a CO for the journey of about 5 miles to Oseira. The laughs we had on this final stage of the day I (Neil) will treasure. For five guys three of whom had only met a day before, we had already become best mates. One game that became popular was 20 questions, so much so that we played it as we dandered most days...hilarious!

      The Monastery at Oseira was a magnificent ...

      A Brae to Bornte

      A travel blog entry by merrylefrench on Sep 14, 2014

      4 photos

      Another bid day on the Camimo, 23.3ks. Again it was harder because of sore legs. Some rain, but not too bad. The weather has cooled and was pleasant for walking. We went through some nice flat land and forest tracks The number of pilgrims seems to have reduced and are mostly quite young people scattered with ...

      Update on Camino

      A travel blog entry by garbogaz on Aug 07, 2014

      29 photos

      ... us with nowhere to go yes we gave way"....finally Potrtomarin was in the foreground we crossed the river found that we had another climb in front of us to our hotel. Poured as Portomarin Allas when we arrived no bags "but we went for a swim sorted out the problem by booking a cab to bring over the bags and then went for a well earned rest. 23kms we were buggered. After a short sleep continually interrupted by some. Flies we headed Into town quaint little place and enjoyed ...

      What comes after the Camino?

      A travel blog entry by cherylmcinnes on Jun 07, 2014

      4 comments, 14 photos

      ... in your life journey? What would it look like for you to be a "walking stick" for others? Scallop shell....... Years ago, every pilgrim who walked and reached Santiago received a scallop shell to hang on his back or hat and a special manuscript. This symbol represented the changed life which he experienced as he walked on the Camino, and that he was now returning home as a different person. The shell, if you look at it from above, looks like a hand. This symbolizes the good ...

      Portomarin (90) to Palas de Rei (68)

      A travel blog entry by derekandrew on May 29, 2014

      3 photos

      ... kids too tired to walk. They were staying there with other English family taking out 9 places out of 10 in local Alberge. The chap had done the full camino last year and I think this had inspired a cheap family holiday. However whether they make it or not without more taxis remains to be seen. Just had a quick look round town. Nothing much to see. No doubt will be eating in hotel. Started with a delicious vegetable stew and then grilled plaice on the ...