Nuevo Dipos

Address: Ctra Relea 6, Palencia, Castile-León, 34100, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Ctra Relea 6, Palencia.
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Travel Blogs from Palencia

Ledigos to Sahagun

A travel blog entry by kimlevering on Jun 13, 2015

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... Regardless, in the moment it was a lot of fun to let loose and Matt and Evan were good party partners. A great night. As we left the main stage area we realized that the crowd was still getting bigger. They do things so late in Spain. In the US the show would have already ended - hours ago. And not only adults were around, little children of all ages were still out and about. A strange sight. We even saw the dress guys, even more drunk and being escorted kindly out of ...

Who is hobbling now ?

A travel blog entry by ohaganm on May 25, 2015

4 comments, 2 photos

... to look around but after 40 k and more we are bunched.

The plan for tomorrow is 30 k only because there is nothing between 13k and the end of the next stage either a place called Religios or Mansilla de las Mulas but we will take it slowly slowly slowly. Bed soon in top floor of monastery us and 64 others. Eugene in top bunk, no ladders in sight.
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Last Grand Knight of the Templars

A travel blog entry by alohapilgrims on May 16, 2015

5 photos

... also has been helpful, they seem to be more attentive to their process than to their guests. Probably not in keeping of the chivalry of Grand Knight Jacques de Molay for whom the Albergue is named. The last of the Knights Templars held this vast desolate region to protect pilgrims on their journey to Santiago. We have a room to ourselves and share a large bathroom with the other 20 +/- guests on this floor. We are getting into ...

What a Day!

A travel blog entry by 2appreciate on May 15, 2015

54 photos

... Sometimes when the path is wide, Pilgrims can be walking 4 or 5 abreast, but they part for us to pass through ... and then on tough hills, they smile and tell us 'Buen Camino' as they grin and blow by us huffing and puffing and pushing. We are in the Meseta now, and LOVING it. Certainly the absense of really big hills is one of the reasons for our big grins, but there is something about the scenery ... the openness ... that we are sincerely enjoying. D says it is like being ...

Roman into Terradillos de los Templarios

A travel blog entry by peterconnor on May 14, 2015

15 comments, 2 photos

... or infrastructure of any kind and it was indeed a long walk, particularly as new sandals were underfoot and I was not sure how my day would end.It wasn't a good look, socks with sandals and, with walking pole, I probably resembled the previously described Salvatore. Here is the give on the feet.I didn't dress the blisters on my heels as the sandal straps went nowhere near them however after 10 or so kms, I could feel the one on my ...

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