Castillo El Collado

Paseo el Collado, 1, Laguardia, Basque, 01300, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Laguardia

High Road to Laguardia

A travel blog entry by mlavina


... next stop at the Monasterio de Irache. The monastery is also a winery and has a fountain with water on one one side and wine on the other. Pilgrim travelers can access the wine on the outside of the building, it looks just like a water fountain. The most challenging portion of our day was a steady hill ride where we ascended 4,740 ft over a 15km ...

Why did I save up all my money to do this?

A travel blog entry by jenreese


... I met a great person to walk with--Shannon from San Francisco, a kindred soul. But I'm beat. And I'm sick. Whenever I try To post photos it's hard & often doesn't work. This app is not the best...nothing is really the best today. But tomorrow promises to come. ...

Heave the Boots - Walking with Sandals

A travel blog entry by alohapilgrims


... WiFi is more difficult than some of the books led us to believe.

All in all, at the end of the day we are thankful for a place to rest our heads, our bask, and our feet. We are in beautiful country, meeting so any beautiful people. This German girl in the photo, Gramona, has criss crossed our path several times and although she speaks only German and we only speak English we communicate pretty well. She goes to every church and is often disappointed when she ...

One Bodega, Two Bodega

A travel blog entry by hadwin


... 8211; Valserrano, Bodegas de la Marquesa

A family owned and operated Bodegas in the beautiful village of Villabuena (Ronseal name). Dating back to the second half of the 19th century this small-medium size bodegas has "shafts" dating back 100-200 years where the wines are matured ready to be dunk. Producing about 400,000kg of grapes from 65Ha and focusing on local area grapes (mainly the Tempranillo which ...

Day 6 - Puente de la Reina to Los Arcos

A travel blog entry by veromarcos


... a local version of a very, very dry doughnut!

I kicked off the first kilometres with my usual early morning enthusiasm, head lamp cutting through the darkness.

Now, this is where the story connects to one of the Reflections above. Leaving Puente de la Reina, there is one Camino sign pointing towards the left along the road. On the road itself there is a huge sign saying Camino de Santiago.

About one hundred metres further down the road was a pilgrim ...

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