Hotel Rural La Pista

Vega de Rengos, Cangas del Narcea, Asturias, 33813, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Vega de Rengos, Cangas del Narcea.
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Travel Blogs from Cangas del Narcea

Molinaseca to Cacabelos

A travel blog entry by jodiemaunder on Aug 10, 2014

2 comments, 25 photos

... clouds darken and the smell of rain fills the air - we have been dodging the heavy rain most of the morning, unfortunately it has found us. We scamper for shelter and put on wet weather gear! This will make for an interesting final 7km today. Luck is with us, the rain subsides and the sun breaks through the heavy clouds. The countryside walk to Cacabelos is magical. A diamond day! (Thanks Paul Rodgers) ...

Good cup of harden up and 30 ks it is

A travel blog entry by thecamino on Aug 04, 2014

29 photos

Firstly, sorry for the plethora of photos. I am playing catch up and dropped them all in with todays. More milestones today. 600 kilometres down and less than 200 to Santiago. I wasnt expecting to do 30 today but when you are on a roll (despite the left shin) you are on a roll. I am going to take it super easy tomorrow. I have checked into a hotel as there was an enormous proportion of snorers in the room last night. I think more than the usual quota. So the plan ...


A travel blog entry by greyo on Jul 20, 2014

7 photos

... houses. The scallop shells now giving way to yellow arrows painted on stones, the floor or even on sides of houses showed the route but it also helps that you're following others in the same garb as you, shorts, rucksacks and walking sticks. It was very peaceful and at one point there was no noise. Our first overnight stop is at Villafranco, a small pretty village with a number of hotels and hostels but we were in luck, the Posada in ...

Buen Camino

A travel blog entry by christinec2013 on Jun 19, 2014

... me from committing to much. And I think it's this realisation that is good but the moving past this which is trickier. And I've thought about it a lot I guess. It made me so sad to think that he was in such a dark place that he wanted to end his life. On my second day, I was walking as the sun was rising and I had a thought that actually, he's happy. Wherever he is in the universe right now, something made me feel that he was at peace. And it made me feel at peace too. By ...

We finished!!

A travel blog entry by missiemousie on Jun 08, 2014

... think we could have walked back to St Jean. You get so used to getting up early every day, putting on the same gear you've worn for the previous three days, lugging on the rucksack, filling the water bottles and tying up your hiking boot laces that now sitting on this train ride to Barcelona feels so strange. For the past couple of hours I have been squirming in my seat and feeling very restless. Why? Because I'm not walking.

You get used to the sore feet. You get used to ...