Gran Hotel Lugo

Address: Ramon Ferreiro Avenue 21, Lugo, Galicia, 27002, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Ramon Ferreiro Avenue 21, Lugo.
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          Travel Blogs from Lugo

          Fab place...

          A travel blog entry by skippyroo on Aug 01, 2014

          26 photos

          ... are loads of semi constructed buildings around.

          We did enjoy an entertaining experience
          in Lugo. We went to one of the “tourist” restaurants for lunch.
          Gen ordered a main dish and I decided on the menu which consisted of
          a starter, main and a choice of third, be it dessert, water, bread or
          wine. We get the feeling the waiter was having a bit of an off day –
          first of all ...

          Camino Day 32 - 23.8 kms

          A travel blog entry by wendyclive on Jun 12, 2014

          5 photos

          San Mamed del Camino to Vilcha - 23.8 kms Not that Clive heard it, or felt me hitting the top bunk, but his alarm went off at 6am so it was up and out of there! Considering David wasn't well, we had a good nights sleep (thanks to the doonas in the cupboard) and headed off after a piece of toast, on to Sarria - then straight through Sarria. It was nice and early when we got there, and having something in the tummy allowed us to keep ...

          La Faba to Fonfria - Trip day 33

          A travel blog entry by bris_rick on May 24, 2014

          7 photos

          ... between Galacia and Leon. We are now in Galacia and the scenery is stunning. Around every turn of the trail there is a new vista of plunging valleys and soaring hills. We made good time along the wider paths later in the morning. The walk today was one of the most enjoyable I've had. The scenery had a lot to do with it I suppose. It is also nice to know that from here on there are no more ...

          Learn to play with cow poop!

          A travel blog entry by larimcdonald on May 13, 2014

          8 photos

          ... to closed forests that remind me a lot of the cold temperate rain forests I've seen with ferns and baby plants with water running through the mountains creating small micro eco systems with small and large waterfalls and trickles often running down the roads and the tracks as it exits the mountains to the streams and rivers.
          We started the day in complete fog at O Cerbriero but it cleared by 10 and while we couldn't see a lot for a while, we ...

          Nature's beauty man's brutality

          A travel blog entry by jcarty on Oct 18, 2013

          4 comments, 10 photos

          ... tables they might sit at for their breakfast- it was a problem- four tables four opinions- they were still trying to decide some minutes later when I returned to pay my bill. There are indeed some benefits to travelling alone and even then there are times of dispute.
          But I digress from the main story.
          on offer today were two possible paths from Triacastela to Sarria a straight path ( that is not ever true of the Camino) but a shorter one and less attractive than ...