Pazo de Adran

Address: Lugar de Adran 4 / Calo, Teo, Galicia, 15886, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Teo

Day 11 - Matt turns up the music

A travel blog entry by mwelliott99 on Oct 11, 2015

4 comments, 11 photos

Had a wonderful night last night staying, by chance, in the best albergue of the Camino (Crash, if you do it again you must stay in Ponte Ferreira in Ferreira - different but as good as David the pilgrim hugger). I agreed to wash/dry my stuff and was given a washing basket. I asked my 'gang' if they wanted to put anything in as I was paying for a load - boy they moved quickly. I went back to pay and when I returned, 45 secs later, the basket was ...

DAY 50 - Castañeda to Salceda

A travel blog entry by jimandi on Aug 28, 2015

6 photos

... an ensuite bathroom. We has a nice and a bit different pilgrim dinner tonight. It wasn't a traditional family style pilgrim dinner, but instead about 7 pilgrims showed up at different times and sat among themselves, restaurant style. We both had a minestrone soup with garden fresh vegetables. For second course Linda had baked chicken, mashed potatoes and a salad with fresh tomatoes, and Jim had fried white fish, mussels and stewed vegetables. We ...

Pazo de Sedor to O'Pedrouzo

A travel blog entry by jodiev on May 28, 2015

38 photos

... only works with a pin. That's what they could have. In my vest however, I had two internal secret pockets, one with my larger haul of cash, and my credit card that works with just signing, and my eftpos keycard. Robbers would not be getting to my internal pockets easily. Then, in an outside zippered pocket on the left, was my small change money, for pulling out at bars for coffee and agua, so I wasn't flashing 50 euro notes around. In the right hand zippered pocket was my map ...

My mind is straying towards the finish line

A travel blog entry by roger.bawden on Oct 17, 2014

2 comments, 4 photos

... prices are much less than Australia. The economy is in a mess and one thing I would do is increase the tax on tobacco. Another thing that stands out is a culture of drinking. There is plenty of locally produced really cheap (as in price ) wine available and plenty of it is consumed. Many village people have their own constant temperature cellar where wine is stored. Prices are considerably less than $2.00 a bottle which makes it ...

200 miles, and Santiago mañana!

A travel blog entry by kristimoen on Sep 15, 2014

3 comments, 19 photos

... br> Im so glad I stopped 1/2 way today. I found a lovely private albergue, which also had a restaurant on the first floor. Got into my flip-flops for the night as soon as I checked in (ahhhh). Also scored a bottom bunk!

The building had a very nice courtyard in the back where I did laundry and then sat outside and caught up on some blogging.

I also had a chance to clean out my water pack, repack everything in my bag, and just relax ...