Hotel Rustico Puerto Arnela

Address: Plaza del Carmen 20, Camarinas, Galicia, 15123, Spain and Canary Islands | Inn
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This inn is located on Plaza del Carmen 20, Camarinas.
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      Baby dolphins!

      A travel blog entry by sophistikitty on Jul 02, 2014

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      ... though - and while the anchorage here in the Ria de Camariņas is very pretty we won't actually get a chance to see it; we're moving on tomorrow so we can round one of the last Big Bads, Finisterre, which has a fearsome reputation. But we're hoping we'll have picked our day well enough not to have an issue.

      And after that it'll be about three weeks in the Rias, all along one 30 mile stretch of coast, which should be very relaxing (and also very sunny).

      29km with a few prickles in the face

      A travel blog entry by larimcdonald on May 23, 2014

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      ... on bitumen - and when we arrived realised we were on the border with Corcubion. I booked this based on it being the only place I could find on the beach (actually it's water, we wouldn't call it beach) and I think that's right as we've seen no others, but it was an extra walk to here. Upside is we are closer to Finesterre for tomorrow - woot woot! Our digs are a pension for tonight. Internet said had Albergue attached but that's a couple of ...

      At the "end of the world" (& Happy Birthday Da

      A travel blog entry by europepilgrims on Sep 22, 2013

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      ... the coast. Our room is lovely with a gorgeous view of the water. We had dinner on the port with new friends, Frank and Deann, at a restaurant called O Centolo (still have that Celtic influence!) Frank and Deann are from Central Point, Oregon. He is retired from the computer industry and now volunteers in the court system as an advocate for children. She is a Bacteriologist at ...

      End of the Earth

      A travel blog entry by angel.mathis on Jul 20, 2013


      ... who we were honored to share some drinks and a meal witht, but they would keep going for many miles! We heard later that Tristan completed a 127 kilometer day in the midst of completing 70 km days. Before this trip he had never gone further than a marathon! Older women put us to shame. At least two French women and a Spanish woman, if I were to guess, I´d say late 50s or early 60s, at the end who had beat (it´s not a race!) us ...

      Westwards along the north coast of Spain

      A travel blog entry by philmillard on Sep 14, 2012

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      ... so lunch was sorted! we eventually arrive dlate in the town of luarca, where we moored to bouy with 2 stern lines, tom and i went ashore for a few riojas,
      8/9 the following morning we explored the town and reprovisioned, we left about 10 and motored
      after about an hour the fog came down and we started the radar- visibilty was about 50 m at times and we had to avoid pot bouys and drift nets, we eventually using the plotter went up the estuary to ...