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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... girls to visit their Nan and Grand dad who then drove us all the way to Ribadeo where Jamieson had been waiting for us for a few days after having had an awful passage between Lastres and there. We all had dinner at the restaurant and the girls spent the night with their grandparents in a nearby gite. The next day we all had lunch on Kivu before Papi and Mamie had to drive to ...

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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... town (Ribedeo). Very different to other
towns / villages we've been to, but this is more of a hub rather than
a tourist town.

Whilst sitting in the cockpit watching
the world go by we watched one (French) yacht attempting to come in
onto the pontoon beside us. It was struggling dearly as they had
lost power due to probably diesel bug and were wrongly instructed, ...

Back on line.....

A travel blog entry by skippyroo on Jul 30, 2014

... 8221; (for want of a
better word) a rather awkard night with the swell rolling in ever so
gently which reminded us of Alderney and Dale (Pembrokeshire) where
we would roll and come to an abrupt halt with a squeak of the ropes
and the rub of the fenders against the pontoon (except in Alderney
where there was no pontoon just an abrupt halt). At least we got a
decent sail in the day before and did not have to pay for the berth.


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A Coruna to Luaca

A travel blog entry by analegge on Jun 26, 2014

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... town so had to park and walk. Not far. Room at the top with rafter beams. Charming and comfortable. Walked around the harbour and up the steep path to the lighthouse and adjacent cemetery to look over the headland to the tiny coves on the other side. Then returned and had a couple of beers sitting by the boats and later a meal of average quality ...