Hostal Bahia

Address: Besugueira 24, Laxe, Galicia, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Besugueira 24, Laxe, is near Templo de Debod.
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          Travel Blogs from Laxe

          Farewell Spain

          A travel blog entry by pincony on Sep 21, 2015

          The hotel being close to the airport and double or even triple glazing, with the windows shut you really couldn't hear a thing, bed was firm but good, suffice to say this was the first morning I was woken by my alarm, Shuttle into the airport, our driver was lazy and dropped us at terminal 2, so we had a bit of walk to terminal 1, not a problem for us but would have been for passengers with ...

          She goes by "ssshhhh"

          A travel blog entry by sam.kay128 on Jul 15, 2015

          This one goes out to all the Au Pairs out there who have had a bad experience and you want a giggle out of mine, or should I say ours!

          We shall begin with my hell, I moved in with what can only be described as the worst child I have ever met in my whole life and a dad who really did think was champagne in a tall glass when in fact he was quite clearly **** in a plastic cup!!
          I was treated as a cleaner/maid/punch bag! My day began at 6.45am, having to prepare ...

          Madrid - Museo Country

          A travel blog entry by loogmord on Oct 14, 2014

          1 comment, 6 photos

          ... in the Plaza de Espanya From here we found our way to the Don Quixote and Pablo statue at the bottom of the Isabella monument, then the Temple de Debod Egyptian temple, given to Spain in 1968 for their assistance in rescuing monuments that had been threatened by the rising waters of the Nile. We then started our way back to the hotel, passing the Royal Palace just as they were performing the changing of the guard. Very simple and colorful. We ...

          The ATM Ate My Credit Card

          A travel blog entry by centraltimer on Aug 23, 2014

          1 comment, 7 photos

          Earlier this week I told a friend something to the effect of, "I think I've got this European travel thing down." Somewhere in the back of my head was a nagging feeling that I'm taking too much for granted -- been there, done that. I've been to 11 foreign countries. I know to change into socks for a more comfortable flight and to keep a toothbrush handy so I can have a "going to bed" routine when they turn the plane's cabin lights off. I know the ...

          Day 85 (Lisbon/Lusitania)

          A travel blog entry by marcohj on Aug 05, 2014

          3 photos

          ... a singlet, more clothes were bought, chargers, headphone jacks etc.) before departing for the hostel. I made a quick tomatoey spicy bean mixture, containered it and we all departed for the metro and then Santa Apolonia. We arrived fifty minutes early much to everyone's chagrin, so we punched some darts and Michael looked into potential ways of getting to Paris in a single day. Eventually we settled ...