Roma Hotel

Address: Calvo Sotelo, 2, Sarria, Galicia, 27600, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Calvo Sotelo, 2, Sarria.
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Travel Blogs from Sarria

Day 6 - Villafranca to Sarria

A travel blog entry by jkelley on Jul 16, 2014

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... it, however I think I made the right decision. If I don't rest my feet and leg, I won't be walking anywhere. Sarria is a great town and they have a lot of stores that cater to pilgrims. I found an albergue and rested up. I walked around and found an ATM, a Farmacia, and a cafe with wifi. My albergue is supposed to have wifi, but I can't get a connection. There is a cathedral next to my albergue that opens at 5:00pm, and I plan to go there for my stamp. From Sarria ...

Tricastela to Barbadelo - Day 17

A travel blog entry by mannyhil on Jun 06, 2014

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Today was another short walk with a smaller mountain climb. We met a group from Scotland and had lunch at a cafe in Sarria with some old friends that have a similar schedule (had eggs and bacon!). After lunch we had a short 4km to Barbadelo where we are staying in a really nice albergue with a different group of friends we met in O Cerbiero. Tomorrow we will have a longer walk, but the rest over the past couple days will help make it easier. Distance Traveled: 23.0 ...

115 km to Santiago de Compostella

A travel blog entry by cherylmcinnes on Jun 05, 2014

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... come across whilst others haven't, but the last two days no photos have come across at all. I have been able to trick some across by posting on Facebook and then copying onto my iPad photo folder. You have to be devious sometimes! Might be something I have to check with Iain when I get home. Darn nuisance thing, technology! :-) I am looking forward to dinner tonight, especially since I didn't have lunch! lol. I had a piece of Tart de Santiago in my ...

If it wasnt hard, everyone would do it.....

A travel blog entry by cherylmcinnes on Jun 03, 2014

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... rise of 450 meters. We then had a descent back down to roughly 600 meters where we then began a gradual climb to 705m over the next 14 km. after that we began a very steep climb over the next 8 km until we reached O'Cebreiro at 1,300m. The highest point on the Camino. It was a thoroughly challenging and exhausting walk and although dosed on iBoprufen, the heel was making its dissatisfaction known toward the end. Despite the exhaustion....and I can hardly believe I ...

Into the Mountains

A travel blog entry by cropeterw on May 23, 2014

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We got away at 7.30 which is a great start for us. We can do a quite a few kms in the first couple of hours and break the back of the day's travelling after 3 hours as we average about four and a half hours when we get into a rhythm.

Today was the day that had us spooked as it involved a long walk of over 30 kms and a long tough climb to finish. We had decided not to go all the way to the top of the mountain and wanted to stop about 5 kms from the top at a ...