Hotel El Ancla

Gonzalez Gallego, 10, Laredo, Cantabria, 39770, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Laredo

April 10, 2014

A travel blog entry by thefinnegans


... the ceiling encasing balls. It looks so weird. The purpose of this art is to represent how we are one with nature. Nature is not outside it is within us (what!!) or so that is what the recording told me. All I see is a bunch of weiner like objects everywhere. Starting to believe Mr Guggenheim is a little bit of a pervert. If I write out some of the sayings in the exhibit or include the pictures of the display, I would get an R rating. ...


A travel blog entry by kinglee


The Guggenheim Museum is amazing. The architecture reminded us of the Sydney Opera House. We saw an exhibition on Yoko Ono and gained a greater appreciation of her work and her rare talent. We walked through the city to the old town and wandered around the medieval streets. The library was magnificent building with fabulous stained glass windows.We found a great local cafe/bar Axtande and went there for breakfast . It served excellent cafe con ...

Day 1 - Laredo

A travel blog entry by team3cooks


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 ...

Guggenheim Bilbao

A travel blog entry by maryandjeff


... out to dinner. Unfortunately this time of year, most places are closed for the season to open up later in the summer months when the tourists come in full force. The nights we did go out, we found ourselves among other tourists who couldn`t hold out until the Spanish eating hour (past 10 p.m.) – French, British, Australian, Japanese, etc. Once 10 p.m. came – at the end of our meal, is usually when the Spanish arrived – very lively, ...

Where Everybody Knows Your Name

A travel blog entry by kdwanderlust


Several years ago, when my family and I travelled to the city of our ancestors, in Cornwall, I was a little disappointed to discover it's an industrial port city, not some charming English village on the Cornish coast, as I'd envisioned. Even so, we enjoyed making the pilgrimmage to the motherland and learning about our Quaker ancestors.

This year, Dan and I decided to make a pilgrimmage of our own. It seemed appropriate that at the end of our big round-the-world journey, ...


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