Gran Hotel Liber & Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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We have breakfast in the conservatory which is almost as grand as the dining room. The porter brings the car round from the parking to load up. Its not exactly sparkling in the sunshine but its a whole lot better. we set off to get the ferry at Santander to take us to Plymouth. It only takes about five hours actual driving. It could have been less if Mrs. Merkel ...
... a pitch overlooking the entire site with shower block nearby.
After lunch we walked the beach and out to the lighthouse at the headland. There was another beach more exposed to the atlantic on the West side of the headland and a surf school is based there. I could see why as hundreds of surfers were doing their best to show off their skills.
The town itself is high above the beach and has all the usual hotels/bars/restaurants etc.
However there are ...
I'm sorry that it took so long for me to write. I have to be honest that not much happened the last week. We tried going to Bilbao but we failed. More about the rest of the week soon. And today is Isabelle's birthday which has been awesome. Last night from 12-2 we went to the beach to eat some pie and celebrate her birthday. This afternoon we went to the lighthouse. Isabelle really wanted to go and I'm so happy I went with her, ...
On the way to Santander we tried to go to a pair of lakes that were supposed to be most attractive. The picture is with the previous entry - just filling in a bit of detail. Santander was a convenient place to stop but primarily a beach area for summer. The skies remained overcast and slight drizzle most of the time but no swell or surf in sight. It is also a port for ferries from the UK. There was a group ...
... in Spain it is common for women to get paid a lot less than men. Even though these problems are world wide it is interesting to see that Spain already has more problems than the Netherlands. We started comparing countries and Elda asked everyone what it was like in their country. Since I'm very passionate about human/women rights I already got worried when Elda asked the Arabian man sitting next to me. But then ...