Hotel Temple Ponferrada

Address: Avda de Portugal 2, Ponferrada, Castile-León, 24400, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Avda de Portugal 2, Ponferrada.
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      Many days without a good connection

      A travel blog entry by patrickhaggerty on Mar 30, 2015

      ... them I'd have fallen mutiple times. I can't really post pictures on here without an internet connection. But, I have been putting some up on Face Book. Today I left the pink ribbon my sister had given me as a memory of Alyssa @ cruz de ferro. I'd been waiting a long time to do it & I was a little more emotional about it thanI expected. Tomorrow should be much flatter than the last 2 days & hopefully not as long. I'll try to post again when I have a ...

      The long track north

      A travel blog entry by greyo on Jul 19, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... as we got off the train so once we found the right way we headed to the first bar we saw at the Templar Castle to be greeted by the phrase pelligrinos, pilgrims. Two beers and tapas later it was time to find somewhere to stay and thanks to the guide book we found a great place near the square. Following a chance to dry out we headed around the small town for a look but it really is just a ...

      If it wasnt hard, everyone would do it.....

      A travel blog entry by cherylmcinnes on Jun 03, 2014

      10 photos

      ... tonight. A shower, dinner and bed. Too exhausted for anything else. This Camino certainly stretches your limits and when you think you've been stretched the furthest, the next day it challenges you some more. Its not always a physical challenge, sometimes its more at a mental or emotional level. No wonder people love this walk!! Todays Inspirational piece was very apt. Thanks Margo... "If it wasnt *************e would do it. It is the hard that makes it GREAT." Tom ...

      Day 37, day 38 and day 39

      A travel blog entry by missiemousie on Jun 01, 2014

      ... to get through the drink. I must say it smelt like death but tasted a bit like Tia Maria, just a lot more potent. Anyway, I went and paid for the dinner and they refused my tip. I mean, tried twice and he pushed the money back to me both times. So, this morning we come downstairs for breakfast (hot chocolate and croissant). While we're eating, the host brings out two glasses of freshly squeezed orange juice. I mean, real oranges juiced in this nifty ...

      A hard slog today.....

      A travel blog entry by cherylmcinnes on Jun 01, 2014

      1 comment, 22 photos

      Today we set off knowing full well it will be a difficult day, and it was every bit as difficult as we thought....and more. The walk was uphill for the first 7 kms but that wasnt so bad. We rested shortly at a place called Foncebadon where I caught up with Kathleen and Mary Anne briefly before continuing the uphill climb to Cruz de Ferro. The scenery (see photographs) was breathtaking and really invigorating and generally enjoyable. The arrival at Cruz de Ferro ...