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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      Travel Blogs from Camarinas

      The longest walk in my life....33kms

      A travel blog entry by claudiavail on Jul 26, 2014

      5 photos

      ... night. The ocean to cleanse by feet and breathe the ocean air. It's the morning, still dark hiking shoes on and we'll have breakfast before we start walking. Stock up on water. Nothing for 14 Kms..... ** check out the hórreo is is made completely out of stone. Two stones together look like a mushroom for support and all layered stones for the building. This area gets more rain, so stone is a good building ...

      Watch for flying cow poop!

      A travel blog entry by larimcdonald on May 22, 2014

      9 photos

      ... farmland, watching them till the gardens by hand and still herding cows through town and down the roads. Saw guys doing it with the women today. Neat. Lots of slugs, butterflies, crops (including blue gums). The sun teased us a bit as it rained a lot this morning and we were hopeful as it looked like it would break, but by the time we arrived here it was clouded over again and while we got our washing hung in the wind and sun the next time we ...

      The ultimate "Fin de Camino" (end of the Camino)

      A travel blog entry by europepilgrims on Sep 23, 2013

      1 comment, 21 photos

      ... served with Albariño wine and a killer view of the medieval castle across from us at the point of a small inlet. We had arrived "early" (at 8:30, when the place opened) and were treated like royalty as the only guests ... until the place filled up (18 people max) at quarter to ten! The hosts were a wife-husband team (she cooked, he served) that would do well in New York or San Francisco! Incredible experience! Worth the trip to Finisterre by ...

      Goodbye yellow brick road.

      A travel blog entry by irvin.cane2 on Jun 22, 2013

      It's two days now since Rich and I walked into the Emerald City,tired and dirty after 42 days on the road. It was as an anticlimax.I don't know if what I had been expecting or how I had been expecting to feel but whatever, it wasn't what I had thought it was going to be.Dorothy must have felt the same. Now,thirty six hours later I'm seeing it differently; it was the quest which was important and not the destination.All the memories which come flooding back are ...

      Westwards along the north coast of Spain

      A travel blog entry by philmillard on Sep 14, 2012

      10 photos

      ... 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 ...