Privilegio de Vara

Address: Calle Las Gitas 1A, Noja, Cantabria, 39180, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
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This hostel is located on Calle Las Gitas 1A, Noja.
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    Travel Blogs from Noja

    Santillana del Mar

    A travel blog entry by rockdoctor on Sep 08, 2015

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    A short drive of 27 miles along the coast to the historic village. When I last visited it some thirty years ago there were few tourists. Shortly after we arrived three busses arrived and disgorged gangs of them - we retreated to the outskirts of the town were there were only hikers walking the Pilgrims trail. Around 13:00 the busses gathered up their flock and left and we returned to the town to wander through the old streets ...


    A travel blog entry by rockdoctor on Sep 06, 2015

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    Arrived around 10 am - very fortunate rooms available so able to shower and clean up. Car in basement garage ideal for working on dynamo. Took cover off dynamo and cleaned commutator then attempted to adjust 3rd brush. Unable to move it eventually gave up and removed battery - after a struggle, have to remove baseplate of holder first - and took it upstairs to charge. When connected to charger showed ...

    Arriving in Santander

    A travel blog entry by nickos on Aug 12, 2015

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    After a fab sleep on the boat we spent the day and morning chilling and catching up on homework ect. Then at 5pm we arrived in Spain. It was raining a tad, this didnt help with driving on the right side of the road for the 1st time. After about 2 hrs we arrived late to our campsite. A very small but lovelyb site overlooking the coast. But still wet for the 1st night. ...

    More than just a bank...

    A travel blog entry by wildkriv on Aug 03, 2015

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    Santander provides a slice of urban seaside life, with bustling bodegas and beaches. It is not the most beautiful of cities - a huge fire raged through the centre back in 1941, leaving little that's old or quaint. But Cantabria's capital, founded by the Romans as Portus Victoriae (Victory Harbour) in 21 BC, makes the most of its setting along the northern side of the handsome Bahia de Santander, and proved a lively place ...

    Home time

    A travel blog entry by jochris on Jul 29, 2015

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    ... lunch so we just headed straight back to the ferry terminal. There were now more vechicles waiting but still no ferry so we got the van ready for boarding an tried to relax. We ended up being one of the last groups of vehicles to board which was very frustrating. Getting to the port early did not help in this situation.

    Once we finally go on board, and the cleaners ...