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camino de santiago with kids
Open their world to New Experiences One of the greatest things about travelling the Camino de Santiago with kids is the opportunity they have to interact with pilgrims from all walks of life, all the cultures and languages under the sun. Fostering chit chat along the Way and developing their international – friendly social skills is wonderful. We are social creatures and the Camino is the ideal playground for them to expand their horizons. They made ‘amigos’ every day. Kids...
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camino de santiago with families
Viva Slow Travel with kids! For those of you who are contemplating slow travel the Camino de Santiago with your kids, whether by bike or on foot, our aim is to inspire you to take on the challenge and be pleasantly surprised at how much your family will enjoy and grow every peddle or footstep of the WAY. Taking the time to travel, as you can see in this “Camino de Santiago with Kids” sequel is a step in the...
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Cycling in northern spain
Road bike cycling along the northern coast of Spain is among one of the most delightful and rewarding routes Spain has to offer. Not only does it provide endless views of seascapes along plunging cliffs and forested hills, but it brings you through an area of Spain that is spilling over with culture and world renowned gastronomy, Michelin starred restaurants, and delightful fishing villages serving up exquisite platters of seafood and locally made cider or txakoli. Roll along quiet coastal...
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easter in Pamplona
Religious and not-so-religious activities The Easter Procession We came to northern Spain for the Easter weekend. Easter is a time of public religious celebrations – mostly in the form of processions through the ancient city.   Groups, or guilds, carry heavy floats depicting scenes from the story of the passion, the stages of Christ’s arrest, trial, and crucifixion.  Participants are dressed as Roman soldiers, residents of Jerusalem, or other characters that are part of the Easter story. Many carry lighted...
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