Dates: Every Saturday in January and February 2017.
Opening hours: from 1:00 to 14:30
- Introduction to sushi
- Cooking of rice
- Utensils and tricks
- Preparation and cutting: maki, uramaki and nigiri
- Tasting 30 pieces / person and beers Japanese
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The Winter Hunger horror film has chosen Daffy old hostel to record some of their scenes.
Start date: December 4, 2014 birth
Genre: Thriller / horror
Study: More than 20 enthusiasts of the world of film collaborative work.
Short description: 2016-2017 feature film project
Director: Álvaro García
Part of the film crew in old Lucas Hostel facilities
Here I leave a video of the Group Papa Shango, which was recorded at Cóbreces (hostel old Luke), Ucieda and Santander between the months of January and March 2012.
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Papa Shango, Cantabrian band formed in 2009, was founded with a single unwavering high, transmit optimism as way of life through his music. Honoring the God of the yoruba culture which gives its name to this project, and that is representative in the popular culture of the joy of living, and the intensity of it, both Jamaican and Latino rhythms like other more urban like Funk live their songs.
Direct full of energy, cared lyrics that address both social critique as existential themes treated from a hopeful view, a solid rhythmic base and a powerful section are qualities that make Papa Shango a proposal with great projection and that, today, already enjoys many supporters in the Cantabrian scene.
His first work, a Single comprised of three tracks and recorded in the studies Drive Division of Santander in 2010, has had a great welcome arriving exhausted in just two months since its release for sale.
"Laugh to the fall", the title of their first LP, already allows us to glimpse the philosophy of the band. Reggae, Funk, Ska, Swing, Bossa… any path is valid to find the searched.
Take every two hours in small quantities: food and drink.
Your shoes will depend on the season of the year DO NOT WEAR BRAND NEW SHOES
TREKKING SHOES WITH GORE-TEX.
- They protect from water, wind and the cold.
COMFORTABLE SHOES: Comfortable shoes to wear once you finish the stage and at the hostels.
It is advisable to carry no more than 10% of your weight.
WHAT TO INCLUDE:
- Identity Card.
- Social Security card.
- Pilgrim Card.
- FIRST-AID KIT
- Analgesics or anti-inflammatories.
- Band Aids.
- Vaseline to apply on your feet every morning and prevent from blisters.
- Toothbrush and toothpaste.
- Gel, shampoo…
- Wet wipes.
- Razor or razor blades.
- A Microfiber towel.
- Soap for clothing washing, travel size.
- Rain cape with backpack cover. Waterproof windbreak in winter.
- A pair of trekking poles.
- A hat, sunglasses, sunscreen mini size.
- Gloves and neck gaiter in winter.
- Two or three pieces of underwear.
- Two or three pairs of socks.
- A pair of polyester T-shirts. Cotton T-shirts do not transpire and hardly dry.
- A pair of hiking pants.
- A sweatshirt or light jacket. Polar fleece jacket in winter.
- Light sleeping bag. A thicker one in winter.
- Swiss army knife, torch and lighter.
- 1- liter water bottle.
- Mobile phone, charger and external battery for longer stages.
Camino Lebaniego runs between San Vicente de la Barquera and the Monastery of Santo Toribio de Liébana. It combines the Northern Camino (or de la Costa) and Camino Francés of Camino de Santiago. Camino Lebaniego has a specific credential and official Pilgrimage document, called the Lebaniega.
From San Vicente de la Barquera to the monastery of Santo Toribio.
DISTANCE: 72 KM
From Mansilla de las Mulas to the monastery of Santo Toribio.
DISTANCE: 151 KM (by Mogrovejo)
151,2 KM (by Baro)
From Mansilla de las Mulas to the monastery of Santo Toribio.
DISTANCE: 45 KM
Starting Point: Carrión de los Condes.
Arrival point: Monastery of Santo Toribio.
DISTANCE: 136 KM
This route connects Saint Jean Pied de Port with Santiago de Compostela and it is the most important and popular pilgrims' route to Santiago.
THE NORTHERN CAMINO
The route of the North or of the Cantabrian coast is one of the main Jubilee routes.
VÍA DE LA PLATA
Roman road that used to leave from Emerita Augusta, capital of Lusitania and current city of Merida, towards Asturica Augusta, present-day Astorga.
It is the extension of the French route from Santiago to Cape Finisterre, following the ancient Pagan tradition of arriving at the end of the land of the known world.
The primitive path is the path of the first Camino known. Alfonso II the Chaste, took this route in the 9th century to visit the newfound sepulcher of the Apostle Saint James.
Cantabria is the only region in the planet traversed by two Christian Pilgrimage Routes.
PILGRIMAGES IN THE CHRISTIAN WORLD.
Its pilgrimage is associated to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, where Jesus is said to have been buried and resurrected. Its pilgrims are known as "palmeros".
The Roman Jubilee Year is celebrated every 25 years. The next one will be in 2025, year in which the Pope will open the Holy Door of St. Peter's Basilica. Its pilgrims are known as "romeros".
SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA
Its origin is related to the discovery of the Sepulcher of St. James the Greater in the 9th century. Its pilgrims are known as "concheros". There are several routes that lead to Santiago: Camino Francés (the most popular *, known as Camino de Santiago), Camino del Norte, Via de la Plata, Finisterre (epilogue).
SANTO TORIBIO DE LIÉBANA
The pilgrimage ends at the Monastery of Santo Toribio de Liébana, which hosts the Lignum Crucis, the largest surviving piece of the True Cross. Its pilgrims are known as "crucenos or cruceros". There are several routes that lead to Santo Toribio. Ruta de la Montaña (is the most popular *, it is implied that this is Camino Lebaniego), Ruta Castellana , Ruta de los Asturianos, Ruta Vadiniense, Ruta Leonesa.
* The most popular routes have more hostels and markings.
ROADS IN THE NORTH ARE ALREADY WORLD HERITAGE SITE
The ways of Santiago of the North, including the route from the coast passing through Cantabria and its lebaniego branch, are already included in the catalogue of goods considered world heritage.
This summer have been declared world heritage and noted. This year's been many more pilgrims than other years.
This has been our first year housing pilgrims and has been a truly rewarding experience.
I have had the opportunity to meet people from many countries and talk to them during breakfast.
We've had people from different countries such as: Germany (the most numerous), Belgium, France, Andorra, Finland, Denmark, Poland, United Kingdom, Canada, United States, Israel, Italy, Australia, Chile, Mexico, South Korea, Switzerland… and of course Spain.