Avenida Hotel

Address: Ronda de Outeiro 99 bis, La Coruña, Galicia, 15008, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Ronda de Outeiro 99 bis, La Coruņa, is near Tower of Hercules (Torre de Hercules), Aquarium Finisterrae, and Palacio de la Opera de La Coruna.
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      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

      Travel Blogs from La Coruņa

      It's the quick or the dead...

      A travel blog entry by kymmurphy on Jun 08, 2014

      2 comments, 40 photos

      ... Angela from Australia who informed me they weren't lesbians... it's a long story, maybe for another day. We stopped at a small museum that depicted living in Medieval Spain where we received a stamp for our credentials, and then into the beautiful church of San Juan where we received another stamp for our credentials and I lit two candles for blessings, real candles again :) We continued on for a short distance into Melide where Kate, Cheryl and I stopped at a ...

      The Tower of Hercules

      A travel blog entry by deb_and_john on Apr 10, 2014

      6 photos

      ... a different section of the promenade today. The three cities we have been to so far are all very pedestrian and bike friendly. Cars are definitely not number 1! Many streets are car free except for a couple of hours early in the morning when all deliveries to shops etc must be made. There are many, many pedestrian crossings on ...

      Day 32 - Judgement - Mark

      A travel blog entry by ottawacouple on Sep 30, 2013

      2 comments, 8 photos

      ... of one's heart as they do the Camino, not their method and the attitude does not allow for judgement of others. Remember before when I told you that the physical challenge changes to a mental one upon entering the Meseta? Typically upon entering Galicia, the challenge changes to a spiritual one. The boredom of the straight, flat paths of the Meseta is gone, replaced by varied terrain and signs of life all around. Unlike with the Meseta, I have not noticed the change to a ...

      Onto Spain

      A travel blog entry by wendy60 on Sep 13, 2013


      Had a great windN/W f5/7 and made good time no engine. Had the privilege of dolphins everyday at least four times a day. Was non stop to north Spain. All good but the last 60 miles was rough, wet and uncomfortable. But we made it in at 5 am extremely tired and when we'd put the boat to bed we fell into a dead sleep. A hot day and thankful for the ice maker. :) Next stop is Bayonne a lovely spot, 80 miles on round coast, turquoise water and swim time before going onto Canaries, can't ...

      Grand Finale!

      A travel blog entry by gillc99 on Jun 09, 2013

      2 comments, 10 photos

      ... and for what reason, this all had to be put onto a form too. They also recorded nationality, age and gender. Our names were then put onto our certificates in Latin. The whole process was thankfully well organised and swift (unusual for the Spanish in our experience!) We bumped into lots of people we had met along the way, David the South African chap, Sue an australian lady, the aussie nurses, Mike and Linda from California and lots of others. We attended ...