Posada La Pastora

Address: C/. Roncesvalles, 1, Uncastillo, Aragón, 50678, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on C/. Roncesvalles, 1, Uncastillo.
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    Puenta La Reina!

    A travel blog entry by chrylec on Jul 03, 2015

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... smaller backpack with us and send our large ones ahead because of the inclines today and our bad feet. It was amazing how much faster we could go and the pressure off our feet helped. However, when we got to our great little alburgue today we set up appointments for our feet. These are professional folks who provide a blister treatment so we can go on. I am afraid of ...

    Santander - Yesa

    A travel blog entry by yellowbike on Jul 30, 2012

    3 photos

    ... it was served with what looked like an apricot soaked in liqueur. Turned out it was a quince. Never tasted quince before but it went lovely with fruit and nuts. Had a walk outside before dinner. Really very windy. Must have been the cold air blowing off the mountain and meeting the rising hot air from the valley. Very tired tonight and not even the pealing bells kept me ...

    Interesting history but...

    A travel blog entry by fearles1 on Dec 06, 2011

    8 photos

    Contrary to the impression that one might get from the movies, castles were typically not very nice places to live in. Some rooms had fireplaces and those donīt do a very good job of heating a modern room with eight foot ceilings and R-12 insulation in the walls. Consider a room made completely of stone with 12, 15+ foot ceilings.Floors and walls of the more opulent digs were covered with rugs and tapestries to help make them a bit more ...

    First Steps of my New Pilgrimage

    A travel blog entry by matsamuel on Apr 23, 2011

    8 photos

    ... a drink as part of my break.

    A young Spaniard, who couldn't have been more than twenty years old, and I began trading stories of our trek that day. He easily flew past me with such speed, as we neared the top, that I was almost convinced he could complete the remaining 700km in under 2 weeks. He was just overflowing with energy as he practically ran up the path as if fueled by something that certainly was not visible to me. And the velocity of his speech matched ...

    I made it!

    A travel blog entry by senorburke on Aug 24, 2006

    18 photos

    ... through some of the most beautiful country I had ever seen...it felt like at any minute I could turn the bend and see whatever her name is singing the sountain of music...Well, there werenīt snowy peaks in the background, but you get the idea. The route from St. Jean Pied de Port still passes along the same trail that pilgrims have been walking since 1200 ad...and this route was walked before by pagan worshipers headed for Finnesterre, or what ...