Hotel El Ancla

Address: Gonzalez Gallego, 10, Laredo, Cantabria, 39770, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Gonzalez Gallego, 10, Laredo.
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      Rain rain rain

      A travel blog entry by paulandphilna on Dec 06, 2014

      4 comments, 2 photos

      ... of activity but the kitchen only opens at 8.30! Went to the Guggenheim by metro yesterday. Both quite prepared not to like it but it was very impressive. Both the building and some of the installations (Paul as usual not that impressed with modern art, but did like the engineering sculptures). The Guggenheim did manage to loose my raincoat for an hour though. And as I could not remember any brand name (Warehouse, what did I expect?) colour, or what was ...

      A call to arms

      A travel blog entry by sophistikitty on Jun 06, 2014

      11 photos

      ... really mean violently. Everything flew off the shelves and there were a series of crashes as all our cupboards opened, spilling crockery, cutlery, coffee and everything else onto the floor. Several plates were broken, including an antique of Mister Kitty's, as was a supposedly unbreakable glass and the lid on the coffee, meaning that not only did we have to clear everything away but we had to clean coffee off it as well.

      If that wasn't ...

      Basque country

      A travel blog entry by stef5353 on Oct 14, 2013

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... by walkways hung from the roof. The building far outshone the exhibits.

      After our Guggenheim visit we walked along the other side of the river into the old town where we ate a late lunch. (3 PM normal for Spaniards) After spending a bit more time strolling around the old town we headed back to the Railway Station to return home for the ...

      The road to my ancestral grounds

      A travel blog entry by alihaney on Jul 01, 2013

      ... will shout in response. Culturally, the Basque are proudly separate from the Spanish, and many here would like to be their own country. You can’t walk down the street, especially in more rural areas, without seeing the Basque flag proudly displayed. They call it the ikurrina, which simply means flag in Euskera, the Basque language.

      So, when I entered Pais Vasco, I had a strange feeling of coming home to somewhere long forgotten, just out of reach from my memory. Maybe ...

      An unforgettable lunch in Bilbao

      A travel blog entry by megs-anoop on Jan 16, 2013

      28 photos

      ... which came with fries and some red peppers. I had a rabbit stew of some sort which reminded me of a home cooked stew and was fairly tasty. Anoop went for the "calamari". Now when he ordered it, he pictured deep fried calamari like at home. Boy was he surprised when squid in its own ink arrived at the table! It looked like black sludge and it was all any of us could do to keep a straight face. Minh-Yen decided to take a video of Anoop tasting it and we were ...