Rey Sancho Ramirez Hotel

Ctra Ncnal Tarragona San Sebas, Barbastro, Aragón, 22300, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Barbastro

A small village

A travel blog entry by alicia.chenier


On the way up to the mountains, I went with Ana (Antonio's sister) to a small village called Alquezar. It is really pretty and has a small castle. We stopped and spent a bit of time walking around and seeing the church and castle. Apparently its a touristic spot in the better seasons. I went into the castle area and this lady decided to explain some of the history to me. I ...


A travel blog entry by jennyraymoran


So sad to say goodbye to Josh and Tash. We had had such a wonderful time together. At least we knew we had only to wait 9 days before we saw them again. They were anxious to get us away out of Cordoba safely as they had experienced our problems we had had with narrow roads and GPS instructions. As they waved us away I'm sure they were thinking how on earth are they going to cope but we did, just. As Josh noticed in London, we relied on him and we ...

Driving through the flooded Pyrenees

A travel blog entry by eyork


... We headed towards Gavarnie, but we had to go the long way around as the Tourmalet was CLOSED so we couldn't drive over. So we went back the way we had came, headed towards Garavnie, and couldn't get through cos the roads were CLOSED due to the floods that had washed away the road! Our day was not going well. We kept driving, deciding to head south hopefully for some ...

Cec's reflections on Alquezar

A travel blog entry by allangraham


Cec's thoughts / comments on our day in Alquezar and the journey to Ainsa
A wonderful day which started in the Moorish/Christian village of Alquezar. A lovely start to the day with a walk in amongst the olive groves, almond trees and red poppy fields which were terraced around the escarpment on which the village was ...

Back in the hills

A travel blog entry by allangraham


... in the rain yesterday. Then it was pack the bikes up and off we went on our next 60km leg to Ainsa. The place we stayed was set up for canyoning as well so after we'd done about 5km of our journey the boys from the hotel passed us with their canyoners for the day - so it was a big wave to them as they shot passed while we were climbing a hill. We did see one of their vehicles at a high bridge a further 10km up the road, the canyon was very deep - (seemed deeper than Skippers in ...


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