Hotel Las Ruedas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... it was a rest day, but we spent some time taking in the entertainment and eating basketball donuts. With that we headed off searching for food, but after spending half an hour walking around blocks of flats decided it would be better to head back to the hotel for dinner (via the outlet shopping village next door). Tomorrow the boat ...
Pendant que Spike était avec nous malheureusement les journées ont été plutôt nuageuses et nous avons dû passer plusieurs jours sur le bateau plutôt que dehors. Le dernier jour heureusement nous avons pu profiter d'un grand soleil. Nous sommes retournés aux grottes et nous avons pique-niqué sur l'annexe avant de nager vers la côte où nous avons escaladé quelques rochers. L'atmosphère était bon enfant jusqu'à ce ...
... speak both Castellano and Euskara, despite Euskara having been banned during the dictatorship of Franco. A distinct characteristic of Euskara is the x, which makes a ch sound. So, Txarlie sounds like Charlie.
The bus of sleep deprived students finally went forward, and as we pulled away from the airport I got my first view of the city. And what a city. We drove into the northern side of Madrid, and I saw a mix of the red-colored roofs you expect in Spain with the ...
We had a good short first day, got off the ferry at Santander at around 12 local time then headed to another ferry which meant we skipped out Santander traffic and cost 2 euros each (bargain). The other Brits from the ferry also did the same thing, some looking like pros others like average joes. We then reached Somo and started to head East along the coast. The Scenery was great and the weather was perfect temp for a few climbs! It's a bit surreal ...
... to go to the third floor where the departures are. Really, there comes a small bus with a Goldcar sign on it. I'm the only passenger. The car rental place is not far away. The driver says that on Sunday the weather will be better. The girl in the rental company is surprised - que rapido! Still we agree to speak English. In English she confuses the words 'full' and 'empty', sells me an additional insurance and probably one of the most expensive tank of fuel in Spain. I get the ...