Palacio Arias

Avenida de Los Emigrantes, 11, Navia, Asturias, 33710, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Avenida de Los Emigrantes, 11, Navia.
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    Travel Blogs from Navia

    Moving west...

    A travel blog entry by skippyroo on Jul 31, 2014

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    ... opinion, to go into this berth. They managed to say hello to us
    by kissing our bbq and aft anchor. Luckily we were there to fend
    them off but they did suffer abit of damage in doing so (bent
    stancion and some paint work stripped). We were glad that that was
    the only damage as they were a metal boat of 14 tonnes and we're
    plastic – not a good hugging combination.


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    Back on line.....

    A travel blog entry by skippyroo on Jul 30, 2014

    ... 8221; (for want of a
    better word) a rather awkard night with the swell rolling in ever so
    gently which reminded us of Alderney and Dale (Pembrokeshire) where
    we would roll and come to an abrupt halt with a squeak of the ropes
    and the rub of the fenders against the pontoon (except in Alderney
    where there was no pontoon just an abrupt halt). At least we got a
    decent sail in the day before and did not have to pay for the berth.


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    A Coruna to Luaca

    A travel blog entry by analegge on Jun 26, 2014

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    ... town so had to park and walk. Not far. Room at the top with rafter beams. Charming and comfortable. Walked around the harbour and up the steep path to the lighthouse and adjacent cemetery to look over the headland to the tiny coves on the other side. Then returned and had a couple of beers sitting by the boats and later a meal of average quality ...

    There are no accidents...or are there?

    A travel blog entry by kymmurphy on Jun 09, 2014

    24 photos

    ... accept and release. People who only walk shorter sections at a time miss out on something very special. Of course I know not everyone has the luxury of the time it takes to walk for five to seven weeks, it's a real shame they don't. Brian, one of the five Irish gents I met on my second day, who has since gone home, said the Camino is the ultimate in escapism. I would have to agree now my Camino is drawing to a close. What will it be like when I return home?

    At some point ...

    First week

    A travel blog entry by rindybakker on Jun 04, 2014

    2 comments

    ... a postie) who has walked from Rotterdam, two guys with a dog which is carrying its own food, a German guy from Munster whose wife died in 2000 and has been walking sections of the Camino every year since then and has now arrived in Spain, a South African woman who now lives in Australia via many other countries.
    Have walked 110km so far. The sign in Bodenaya reads 256km to Santiago.
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