Hotel Blue Santa Rosa

Address: Santa Rosa, 4, Gijón, Asturias, 33201, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located in the Gijon-Centro area of Gijón.
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      Travel Blogs from Gijón

      First week

      A travel blog entry by rachel.mckinnie on Jan 11, 2015

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      ... country in an apartment with a family I don't know, basic stuff yeah? Oviedo is sorta unique in the way things work here. For one, ************e speaks English. My host brother speaks it only because he lives in Germany and had to speak it there. But other than that, my host parents don't understand a single word of it apparently. So that's been a challenge. Also, the family norms here are very different to me. Especially ...

      Ribadesella to Gijon

      A travel blog entry by quadrophenia on Aug 19, 2014

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      ... preparing the head sail under power. It started quite nice at midday with the full main beam reaching out of the bay then just before I had the angle to pass the cape, heavy swells with strong gust made me hold action. Having out the outboard inside, the main was not enough to power us through these big breaking waves. Then I remembered all the basics again, little small simple things makes high difference at ...

      Asturias - Part 1; Arriondas

      A travel blog entry by travelmaniax on Aug 11, 2014

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      ... and drove home.

      Approximately 2000 years ago, in Roman times, the roman army had conquered almost all of Europe, but the part they stopped at was the hills up to the viewing point of the Covadonga lakes, since they couldn’t get up the hills, but they did conquer the nearby town of Cangas de Onis, and one of the things they built which is still standing today is a bridge, known as the Roman bridge of Cangas de Onis. There’s ...

      The Last Day

      A travel blog entry by ellabright on Aug 05, 2014

      ... me. He let me out and I went upstairs and ate alone. After breakfast, I got a key from the desk and went down to take a shower and get ready. My goal was to meet them for a tortilla at lunch and then go shopping until 2. I got on the bus and met them right as their lunch started but to my absolute horror there were no tortillas being served. All I wanted was one last chorizo tortilla but no, they wouldn't have any until tomorrow. I was heartbroken and made up ...

      Back on line.....

      A travel blog entry by skippyroo on Jul 30, 2014

      ... br> was directed to raft up against us – great!


      The guidebooks had stated that along
      this part of the coast there would be an apparent lack of, how shall
      I put it, facitilies /welcome for visiting yachts. Each harbour is
      more or less equipped for local boats which are either commercial
      fishing boats or small craft. Our guidebooks are 10+ and 6 years
      old, it appears as nothing has changed.

      Anyway, we ...