Hotel Ramona

Address: Calle Gral. Mola, 4, Laredo, Cantabria, 39770, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
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This hostel is located on Calle Gral. Mola, 4, Laredo.
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Travel Blogs from Laredo

Yoko, there is a fly on my nipple

A travel blog entry by twofoodies on Jun 05, 2014

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... seemed to sway and curve around itself. The inside soared upwards, three storeys all glass, steel and titanium.

They spent nearly three hours looking at all the exhibitions - some of which Video Girl failed to understand. One piece from the Yoko Ono collection was a video of a fly crawling over a woman's nipple. Her response to Battery Boy, ' I know that art is subjective, but really!!"

They then ...

Gehry, Guggenheim & Mumm's!

A travel blog entry by twodrifters07 on Oct 12, 2013

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Memories of the tiny bubbles of the Mumm's champagne tickle my imagination, as they once tickled my nose, as we siesta after a day spent at Bilbao's famed Guggenheim Museum and lunch at their bistro...

A bottle of the featured champagne, Mumm's Cordon Rouge, could be added to the bistro's 'menu' for a mere €12, so, what could we do, but order it! That, coupled with the ...


A travel blog entry by diggerpat on Jul 25, 2013

... Back to Gouda, quick snooze, then on the road. Heading west, not sure how far. Couple of good accidents on motorway, appears Spanish aren't as good as French drivers. Pulled off highway at Laredo, thought that was is America. Found an old French couple in a Citroen camper on the side of the road, parked up behind them, then wandered down the road to a restaurant for tea, bit of a stroll after, then ...

Madrid y Segovia: Three day tour

A travel blog entry by alihaney on Jun 30, 2013

... Spanish dialects in Spain, like Gallego, so they call the main dialect Castellano. In Pais Vasco, they speak Euskara, which in English we would call Basque, and the Spanish call Vasco. Euskara is NOTHING like Spanish. It isn’t a dialect of Spanish – in fact, Euskara is one of the only languages in the world with no known origin, as its roots do not trace back to Greek, Latin, or Hebrew. No one knows where it came from, but it is still spoken today in Pais Vasco, and ...

Family stay day 6

A travel blog entry by liz.schmitt.12 on Jun 20, 2012

Hello- sorry I forgot to blog yesterday. Well, there really isn't much to say. I finished my third book and walked around right in the neighborhood wih Rakel, her mom and their neighbor. That about sums up the day! Besos! Ooohhh I thought of something else. While ...