Los Granados Apartments

Address: Avda. de Francia, 14, Laredo, Cantabria, 39770, Spain and Canary Islands | Condo
 
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This condo is located on Avda. de Francia, 14, Laredo.
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Travel Blogs from Laredo

Bilbao Day Trip

A travel blog entry by hi-mel on Jan 28, 2015

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... and "I can feel the blood". It was just super interesting and was my favorite. Like you could feel the stress of someone going through a rough time. After the museum we walked to the Basilica but it was closed for siesta. We then went and got churros with hot chocolate and the hot chocolate here is incredible. It's super thick and delicious, almost like hot yogurt. We walked a total of 14 miles today and it was all worth it. Bilbao was very beautiful and reminded me of a bigger San ...

Llysworney - Bilbao

A travel blog entry by valfinucane on Oct 05, 2013

Leave Sigoules around 11.00 and arrive at Biarritz Airport at 14.30 plenty of time for the 15.30 bus to Bilbao. Weather is fine and after checking into Mendez's out for a walk around the city. There's a protest march so the centre is full. The old town where we are staying reminds me of Madrid with narrow cobbled streets full of bars and restaurants. We go to a few 'old haunts' eating tapas at ...

Bilbao

A travel blog entry by diggerpat on Jul 25, 2013

... to city. Found a park straight off, put €1.00 in the meter, it gave me til 9:00 the next morning. Wow! Wandered around Guggenheim Museum building, photo after photo. Amazing!!! €3.00 for a 500ml Heineken at the restaurant, yes please. Went to tourism centre, they explained it was the patron saint of the city's birthday, so public holiday. Wandered around city for about 3 hours, amazing ...

The road to my ancestral grounds

A travel blog entry by alihaney on Jul 01, 2013

... will shout in response. Culturally, the Basque are proudly separate from the Spanish, and many here would like to be their own country. You can’t walk down the street, especially in more rural areas, without seeing the Basque flag proudly displayed. They call it the ikurrina, which simply means flag in Euskera, the Basque language.

So, when I entered Pais Vasco, I had a strange feeling of coming home to somewhere long forgotten, just out of reach from my memory. Maybe ...

An unforgettable lunch in Bilbao

A travel blog entry by megs-anoop on Jan 16, 2013

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... which came with fries and some red peppers. I had a rabbit stew of some sort which reminded me of a home cooked stew and was fairly tasty. Anoop went for the "calamari". Now when he ordered it, he pictured deep fried calamari like at home. Boy was he surprised when squid in its own ink arrived at the table! It looked like black sludge and it was all any of us could do to keep a straight face. Minh-Yen decided to take a video of Anoop tasting it and we were ...