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

      ... he did not have one so I simply wrote the name of the cafe onto the Credencial and he signed it. Sadly I cannot remember the gentleman's name so cannot add it here...but Craig noted the bill came to a cheap 10 Euros!!!

      Off we headed...uphill...but the countryside really started to open up and the views got better and better. We headed on towards the town of Tamallancos where we stopped for lunch (baguettes) Our rucksacks were already starting to feel heavier ...

      Sarria to Palas de Rei 50 km

      A travel blog entry by sailfinvictoria on Sep 17, 2014

      3 photos

      ... our purpose exactly. We even made our own breakfast in the morning instead of our usual eat and run routine. It was here in Palas de Rei, that we finally got to sample the Galacian delicacy of octopus ... very delicious. We're hoping that tomorrow will be our final day of cycling and we're already musing about things to see and do in Seville, Granada and Barcelona. The forecast for tomorrow is for lots of rain and ...

      Update on Camino

      A travel blog entry by garbogaz on Aug 07, 2014

      29 photos

      ... Camino to everyone we passed or passed us .we really came to life when we hit level ground and made good time stopping for a break two and half hours in.Powerade and bananas were our fuel for the remainder of the walk . The rural countryside little villages and plenty of cafés in the middle of nowhere kept our interest. Some ********s rode horse at a gallop past us and the cheat or bike riders were a pain in the ****. The last hurdle was a pathway full of bulls ...

      What comes after the Camino?

      A travel blog entry by cherylmcinnes on Jun 07, 2014

      4 comments, 14 photos

      ... Nobody is immune from pain on the Camino. Sooner or later our body pays the price, and we may have to take a slower pace or even stop. Strangely, the Camino wouldn't be the same without pain. Because of pain we realise how difficult the Camino is, and when we finish each days walk we become a different person from who we were when we first started. On the Camino of life similar things happen to us which we must learn to deal with. How do you face the pains of life? Do you ...

      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 ...