Gran Hotel Balneario Puente Viesgo
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- Minbar in room
- Babysitting service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... back to such a cold and rainy country... And that was an amazing Jiu Jitsu gym. Yes, I went back to Edinburgh to spend the rest of my trip training Jiu Jitsu there. How does that put me in Spain then, you might ask... Well, to tell you that, I guess I gotta finish my story. I spent the first night in the London airport waiting for my connection to Edinburgh, and once in Edinburgh I found my gym and spent a lovely four days training and just chilling in ...
... doors of the ferry got stuck so nobody could get off. In the end, free drinks were issued, the boat was turned round and, 3 hours later, the lorries were reversed off and we were able to get on our way.
We drove 80 km and arrived at our campsite (Monte Royal), having gone over a mountainous area with snow poles already in situ at the side of the road, at 10.15pm but, being Spain, were able to order a simple meal at the bar. It was a chilly evening at this altitude.
The Caves of Monte Castillo, located in the Cantabrian town of Puente Viesgo, contain one of the most important Paleolithic sites in the region. Our tour covered two caves El Castillo and Las Monedas, again we were fortunate to have a cave guide wth quite reasonable English. In the second cave, Las Monedas, we were split into two smaller groups and taken into a special area to view some charcoal drawings up quite ...
... was still up from the night before drinking something very different.
We walked to San Vicente de la Barquera, a very cool seaside town. We arrived to our hostel, which did't open for a few hours, and passed the time by having a picnic out back along side the Ria. Our hostel was located just in front of the 12th century church Santa Maria de los Angeles. As we were now a ...
... didn't get any sleep either.
All I can say is thank goodness we ended up staying in a pension, Ryan throwing up every hour would have been a nightmare in a public room at a hostel, he would have had to just stay outside.
Me mom and Abby went to a nearby bar and got some coffee and breakfast while we waited for the pharmacy to open. Luckily you don't need a prescription for anti-emetics in Spain, and I was able ...