La Colmena

Address: C/ Uria, n. 2, Luarca, Asturias, 33700, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on C/ Uria, n. 2, Luarca.
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Travel Blogs from Luarca

Arrivée des filles -girls'arrival

A travel blog entry by karele on Aug 29, 2014

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... et Ribadeo. Nous avons mangé au restaurant tous ensemble le soir puis les filles sont allées dormir dans un gîte avec papi et mamie. Le lendemain tous les quatre nous ont rejoint sur Kivu pour un dernier repas avant de reprendre la route pour Marmande. After having dropped Spike off I have spent a few days in Port d'Envaux before catching the train to Marmande ...

Asturias: Part 2; 2 Night Stay

A travel blog entry by travelmaniax on Aug 13, 2014

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... did go to were all really nice, as I said, some of them were just massive cliffs, some of them were just rocks which went on to water, and some of them were just plain beaches, but they were all really nice.

As I said, in the same building as us there were lots of different apartments, and one night Pepin invited everyone down for cider and sardines. Cider (or Sidra, in Spanish) is very popular in Asturias and the ...

Moving west...

A travel blog entry by skippyroo on Jul 31, 2014

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We headed for Galicia. We got in a
short sail and anchored opposite Castrolpol in the first of the many
Rias we are about to explore.

Getting to the anchorage was fun –
there is a moving sandbank therefore its guessing more than anything.
We did run aground, but thankfully its lovely soft sand.

The anchorage was ever so pleasant. We
spotted a couple of ...

Back on line.....

A travel blog entry by skippyroo on Jul 30, 2014

... where we are
headed (which would mean a long passage)


The coastline is amazing when you can
see it. It has changed quite significantly since leaving the Picos
behind – rolling green valleys, sheer cliff faces of limestone and
wonderful wooded mountains in the background.

We got to the harbour, which is full of
small craft and fishing boats and the moorings are onto buoys where
you tie on fore and aft. ...

A Coruna to Luaca

A travel blog entry by analegge on Jun 26, 2014

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Found our way out way easier than our way in. Planned to drive the seaside route all the way to Luarca. Almost did but gave up for the last little bit and succumbed to the ease of the new motorway. Driving into Luarca is refreshing. You are back in time to a small fishing village, very unchanged. Sitting in a tight cove with narrow street. Our hotel ...