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- Minbar in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Banquet room
- Room service
- Meal plan
TripAdvisor Reviews Asturias Gijón
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... some photos and enjoy the view but didn't make low tide in time to head down and check out the archways along the coastline, in which it is known for. We get back in the car and make the 2 hour drive to Santiago de Compostela. I manage to fall asleep and wake up with 20minutes to go. Aaron and John have a hard time navigating through the city as it's similar to Rhodes, where the town is surrounded by massive walls, and you cannot drive into it unless you're a resident. So we have ...
... all the artworks and sculptures to you. We all looked hilarious and couldn't stop laughing, so a selfie photo it had to be. We got a bit lost at first trying to figure out what number to plug into our walkie talkies but after 10mins or so we realised what we had to do. Most of the Guggenheim was of Jean-Michael Basquiet and his artwork, history, etc. so of course, I was in my element as Aaron struggled to understand the beauty and concept behind ...
... of the promenade is a fascinating green glass sculpture, which on closer inspection turned out to be 3,200 cider bottles lit from the inside in the evening.We had a glass of wine at cafe across from a large fortress looking building, Revillagigedo Palace. The building from the 17th C was designed to look impenetrable to ward off any marauding attackers from the sea. From there we wandered through the old town to Plaza Mayor (the major ...
... drawings and instead majored on the state of their hearts...and feet. Met my first proper pilgrims walking my way and staying at my albergue. In their mid 60's. I was feeling good as I was slightly faster than them until I discovered that they'd started in Belgium. It's probably unpilgrim like but bloody hell! Got to a really lovely albergue. Part of an old monastery which is being renovated. It was like turning up to the apocryphal Spanish unbuilt hotel ...
... hotel- so basic that I can only fit half my body in the shower. You have to step out, turn around and step back in to do the other side.....but bliss nevertheless. Now at a little cafe with a burger. I'm not very hungry and 'burger' was the only thing I recognised. But they've got wifi. The weather is glorious, the country gorgeous, my equipment behaving itself and I had a lovely day. I wonder what tomorrow will bring. Much love to you all. ...