Tudanca Benavente

Address: Crta N-Vi Km 268, Benavente, Castile-León, 49770, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Crta N-Vi Km 268, Benavente.
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      Santiago de Compostela to Benavente

      A travel blog entry by tomodea on Nov 02, 2014

      15 photos

      ... attack.

      We walked around the old part of the town in the afternoon and returned in the evening for our first real tapas in a popular local bar. We ordered drinks and food – plenty of each – with no idea of what it would cost. We were stunned when told we owed €9.40.

      We returned to the hotel and had a final drink with the English couple who are travelling the same route as ...

      Day 19: Terradillos to Bercianos del Paramo

      A travel blog entry by cropeterw on May 14, 2014

      4 photos

      ... facilities. I don't think Warren was impressed at first but everything was spotless. It only holds about 10 people, and has a lovely garden and kitchen. Warren read the guest book and some Australians had reported the best breakfast along the Camino and a tranquil stay.

      We booked in, showered, and washed our dusty clothes, and were able to hang them up on a clothesline with pegs, what a luxury.

      We headed down town. It ...

      Parador Splendour in Benavente & Zamora

      A travel blog entry by twodrifters07 on Sep 22, 2013

      18 photos

      ... br>
      The town was interesting to explore with all it's plazas, cathedrals and sculptures, and we were especially intrigued by the huge nests we saw nestled in chimneys, churches, old ruins, rooftops and telephone poles. Turns out storks nest here each year, and had we come in the spring, we would have seen each nest filled with mom, dad and baby ...

      Ruta de la Plata, Day 8

      A travel blog entry by uncle_davros on Apr 11, 2012

      166 photos

      ... and around a corner. We came across an old bridge that spanned a river, so we shot before we rode. The walkers were to go off the side, and we did look, but as it had been raining, the rocks were slippery, so we decided that it was better to take the track.

      And after we climbed up a hill, for the next 30Ks, we rode into a headwind. I watched our average speed die, and the finally, ...

      Home from home

      A travel blog entry by hjainley on May 14, 2011


      ... very quiet minor road. Today we had a nice track beside a river full of water irises and noisy frogs. Clumps of poplars have been planted in a very regular fashion – windbreaks? – which breaks up the monotony of the landscape. Mountains are starting to appear to the north. We reached La Baņeza shortly after 1.00, checked into the Albergue where so far we are the only two and went out for lunch. Daniele then went to investigate churches and I came back to the Albergue ...