Hotel Ramona

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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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Laredo

Bilbao

A travel blog entry by tonyrosy on Sep 01, 2014

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... the services was marked - the first stop was full of Barcelona tat, the second full of Rioja. No prizes for guessing our favourite. We arrived and checked in by 6 so we had time to explore the pool and the local area before bed. It turns out that the basketball World Cup is being staged round the corner so we went and had a ...

Dernier jour avec Spike - Spike's last day

A travel blog entry by karele on Aug 22, 2014

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... we made a horrible discovery. There was a goat corpse drying out in the sun which explained the awful smell that we could smell from time to time. Needless to say that after such a grotty discovery all of us decided to swim back to the rib quicker than ever! The end of the afternoon was spent on the beach then we went to Church and then to a nice restaurant. The next day Spike and I drove back to La Rochelle where he had a flight to catch at 2 pm and Jamieson carried on sailing to ...

Bilbao

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 ...

Baskimaa-Astuuria

A travel blog entry by nipitiri on Apr 19, 2012

... sest mõnes kohas on teeremont ja
ümbersõit. Kohale jõuab aga probleemideta, kui jätta välja üks edasi-tagasi sõitmine Arriondases. Seda ühte silti pole tõepoolest lihtne märgata.



Sea is full of boats when it's possible to see it from between the clouds. We land on a small level place among mountains. It's quite cramped.
Somewhere has to be a shuttle bus. It rains. There's a row of taxis and a couple of busses, waiting for tourist groups. I make a call. ...