San Anton

Paseo de los Eriste, Benasque, Aragón, 22440, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Paseo de los Eriste, Benasque, is near Cerler.
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    Travel Blogs from Benasque

    Day Eleven (Popping the ears)

    A travel blog entry by slog on Sep 11, 2014

    17 photos

    ... were able to spy from our room. It was simply amazing to see part of this entire cascade at close quarter. We realised the section we were seeing was not visible from our room, helping us greatly appreciate the sheer scale of the elongated higher falls even more. Not long after passing the bridge, we firstly heard the sounds of what sounded like cow-bells and occasional shouts from human, and as we rounded a corner on the narrow well made path, we suddenly encountered ...

    Day Ten (down one valley and back up another)

    A travel blog entry by slog on Sep 10, 2014

    19 photos

    ... Whereas, Villanua was quite modern, Canfranc had a much older feel with a multitude of buildings all constructed to survive the winter alpine conditions. Though today was another classic summers day with blue skies. The Canfranc station is most impressive extending for maybe 400 metres and has about three of four stories. It seemd to be in hibernation but I am wondering if in winter, travellers (who may in fact use the train service) arrive at the destination ...

    Days Two and Three on the Haute Route Pyrenees.

    A travel blog entry by hamiltonfamily on Sep 03, 2014

    9 photos

    ... warmed to at least 31 C on the Col de Mente. The scenery is spectacular. Much of the time we are high up with unrestricted views. The roads are in pretty good shape and they go up hill and down hill and up hill ……. You get my drift.
    Yesterday we set out from Font Romeu with a long descent down beautiful twisting roads in the cold of early morning followed by a couple of short climbs and then the Col de Port de Pailheres. A long steep climb that ...

    French Foibles

    A travel blog entry by jackospades on Aug 01, 2014

    7 photos

    ... happened, they really got a wiggle on and arrived just as the head was delivered, with me running out in the road waving my arms to direct them in. 3 pompiers, 1 paramedic and a doctor, none of which did home deliveries ran around like mad men and Chloe was born a few minutes later. All went well and I followed the medics to the hospital with the case and Jayne’s belongings, leaving a scene reminiscent of the Somme in Jayne’s landlord’s lounge. I didn’t get home till ...

    Eylie d'en Haut to Bonac

    A travel blog entry by kathywijgers on Jul 25, 2014

    3 comments, 6 photos

    ... 2 hours to get to that point, zig zagging up the mountain all the time. By the time we reached it we had fine views across the valley back to the village we had left that morning. It looked very small from 800 meters up! The trail which had looked so smooth and easy from our gite window the day before turned out to be nasty and treacherous. It forced it's way through wild azalea bushes and brackenferns. It was very easy to put your foot ...