Pazo de Adran

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

Melide - walked 20km

A travel blog entry by ellenzimmer

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... with some Spanish folks. I had a nice visit with Mike from South Africa. He was one of the guys that stayed with us in Vilache. Kim and Alyssa went to check out the city. We tried to get up and out early, but just took so long getting around. I think it will be another hot ...

Old friends, botafumeiro and farewells...

A travel blog entry by kymmurphy

2
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... her up even though they had a car. I said I hadn't seen her, mind you I would have no idea what she looked like I only saw her fleetingly weeks ago... We had a quick chat, they gave me a cloth patch to commemorate my walk and zoomed off up the hill. When I turned around a guy was walking down the road asking if I wanted him to take a photo of me. Bewildered I asked him why and he said it might be better than a selfie...he thought I was taking a selfie because of ...

Day 35 Gonzar to Ponte Compana Mato

A travel blog entry by hedley.amos

6

After such a peaceful night some ignorant tosser turned the lounge lights on that just belted in through the big plate glass window at my end if the dorm. Up and out 6.30 for a whole 100m where the cafe by the road was open so we were able to get a coffee and cake for breky.

A cold and misty morning again with a bit of a climb out of the village. Walked into this old "Castro Mayor" Celtic village from circa 4BC to 1AD. Very weird to be allowed to actually walk ...

Haha lost it today

A travel blog entry by larimcdonald

6

... to finish the evening. They are on trip advisor and will be getting a five star recommendation. Recommend this place very highly. I went to thank them for a wonderful evening as it has been one of the best on the Camino. I thanked them for all the wonderful experiences, including their decorated with love Albergue and I thought the guy was going to cry. He wouldn't let go and said mucho gracious over and over.

What a day! Exhausted!








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Pain in the quadriceps

A travel blog entry by angel.mathis

1

... soon (2 days), we still plan to go to Finisterre (the end of the Earth before America was discovered).

The weather has cooled and we are now in Galicia, the part of the country where you eat octupus and see amazingly beautiful scenery with rolling hills and farmland, old stone houses, misty mornings that clear to stunningly clear and beautiful and less hot afternoons. Life is still good even though sometimes you have a pain in the quadriceps.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Pazo de Adran Teo

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding