Monasterio de la Oliva

Crta Melida, s/n, Carcastillo, Navarra, 31310, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Crta Melida, s/n, Carcastillo.
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Travel Blogs from Carcastillo

The running of the bulls

A travel blog entry by kimdibb on Jul 13, 2014

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... of the venues where there was concert. We decided not to stay for the evening and bought bus tickets to get back to Puente de Reina. They only cost 2.25 each which we thought was very reasonable. We caught the 4:30 bus and arrived in Puente de Reina at 5:00. We went to La Conrada and had another excellent meal there. When we got back to the hotel we told Alfonso about our day and he thought we were lucky to get a spot right at the fence given the thousands of people ...

04. Zariquiegui to Lorca (26.2 km)

A travel blog entry by pterano.dan on Jun 17, 2014

1 comment

... a packet which when it arrived it was brown. I just looked at it for a moment and tried to figure out how to delicately ask "what the hell is that?". Before I could form any words my dad explained that he'd mixed in an oxo cube with the potato to give it some flavour since it was a cheap packet of instant mash. We dined on our potato and bread, me with some tuna and salad cream and my dad with his tinned mackeral in tomato sauce, washed it all down ...

Camino day 3 & 4 Stage 3

A travel blog entry by missiemousie on Apr 26, 2014

22 photos

... skills we got a good place for cheap. The idea was to have a rest day in Pamplona just so we could explore the town. I was a little disappointed when we first walked over the drawbridge into the old town to see graffiti everywhere but the further we walked in, the more charming it became. The people here are really friendly and are always willing to help. On almost every corner there is either a sweets store or a pharmacy (farmacia, pronounced farrm-a-thia), ...

Deux Australiens en France

A travel blog entry by nickandmaryjane on Oct 02, 2013

39 photos

... the maps and also the Loire Velo App and found that yes, you could cycle to Chambord and Chenonceau from Blois, but be prepared for a 60+ km round trip – plus the drive to Blois from Montbazon and back. All of which makes for a long day. Also, when we visited our first Chateau, I saw some of the cyclists who were cycling – they looked hot and sweaty and downright unattractive in their lycra shorts and shirts! But I digress…

We loved ...

Pamplona achieved - day four completed!

A travel blog entry by rosiemarzouk on Sep 05, 2013

2 comments, 6 photos

... in the small villages dinner is included! So many choices, this town is very appealing! I may say we are smug about our planning, but I have to say that this afternoon I felt really tired!! And I looked at our itinerary and realise this is only the start....! (We have completed one segment of 8)! But now we are back from dinner and do feel much revived. When we looked back we had not eaten much during the day - a slice of tortilla at 11 am, and an ice cream once ...