Hotel Os Carballos

Address: Carretera N-550 Km 44, Oroso, Galicia, 15688, Spain and Canary Islands | Inn
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This inn is located on Carretera N-550 Km 44, Oroso.
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Travel Blogs from Oroso

Port to Palais de rai

A travel blog entry by cateevans on Oct 06, 2014

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... amusing, as at the end of the day we discover we have done 32 not 29 or 28 not 25kms . The weather has been kind to us so far but this is not suppose to last of course not and I have heard "the rain in Spain falls mainly on the plane..". We have all been together now since the 25 of September and walking for most of that time. We are definitely a distinct group on this camino, and have become well known as most travel ...

SURPRISE! Wed. Aug. 13 -- Day 31

A travel blog entry by mary_and_paul on Aug 14, 2014

6 comments, 3 photos

... phone. They had room for us. She told us to walk left, away from the Camino, and through a gate into a large cow pasture. She'd be waiting for us. And she was. Sara showed us our rooms in the beautiful Spanish Casa, next to the family house, down from the dairy barn and across from the pool! It was a spectacular place. We had dinner with two couples who were walking the Camino from a few days back. After traditional salad ...

Still busy

A travel blog entry by greyo on Jul 25, 2014

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... is amazing, small village, friendly place, good food and quirky accommodation, we're in the stable so I hope that Laura doesn't start thinking she's Mary. Dinner was fantastic and communal so you got to chat to others about their pilgrimage, the whys and wherefores. There's quite a few Americans here so it was good to talk about places such as California and New York but also around the table were Germans and French, a real league of nations. The dinner was whatever was coming ...

What comes after the Camino?

A travel blog entry by cherylmcinnes on Jun 07, 2014

4 comments, 14 photos

... in your life journey? What would it look like for you to be a "walking stick" for others? Scallop shell....... Years ago, every pilgrim who walked and reached Santiago received a scallop shell to hang on his back or hat and a special manuscript. This symbol represented the changed life which he experienced as he walked on the Camino, and that he was now returning home as a different person. The shell, if you look at it from above, looks like a hand. This symbolizes the good ...

Portomarin (90) to Palas de Rei (68)

A travel blog entry by derekandrew on May 29, 2014

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... kids too tired to walk. They were staying there with other English family taking out 9 places out of 10 in local Alberge. The chap had done the full camino last year and I think this had inspired a cheap family holiday. However whether they make it or not without more taxis remains to be seen. Just had a quick look round town. Nothing much to see. No doubt will be eating in hotel. Started with a delicious vegetable stew and then grilled plaice on the ...