Casona El Gurugu
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Casona El Gurugu Luarca
Travel Blogs from Luarca
... such a fun ride that Mick finds himself almost smiling. Much more of this and he will lose his Grumpy Old Man gold status.
After a few hours we arrive in the small town of Grandas de Selime. We are both feeling a bit giddy from all the amazing curves and gradient changes. Sometimes we ride for 10 minute spells without seeing another vehicle. I have only seen ...
... a sort of pasty of flaky pastry filled with cured ham, goats cheese and tomato, as well as chunks of bramble cheesecake and almond sponge (our evening meal was sorted). The stall holder had overheard our conversation and then spoke to us in perfect English, albeit in an unusual accent, before going on to explain that his family were originally from Scotland, but he spent time growing up in Venezuela, before ...
... square, during which we chatted to a pleasant Spanish couple. So often it is the people we meet that make the experience as memorable as the location. In this case, we discussed TV since they have both honed their English from watching both US and UK programmes. They particularly enjoyed 'Allo, Allo', 'Fawlty Towers' and 'Sherlock' so it's good to have some common ground. I can't think of anything Spanish I have watched in the past ...
We have just over one week left in Spain so our target is to do a couple of days climbing south of Oviedo then head into the Picos Europa to see the high peaks.
We left Galicia on Sunday morning when it was grey and wet but as we headed towards the north coast the cloud lifted and the sun came out. This ...
This is a lovely little fishing village in a small amphitheatre type cove with port. Of course the hotel is at the top and best place to park is down at the marina. I did plan and we had very little to take up but i am learning what I don't need of my camera gear because some can get quite heavy to carry. It was really interesting to look down on the houses and look at the numbers with weeds/grass growing on top, some of the buildings were derelict some ...