Hotel Mirador de Moriyon
Photos of Hotel Mirador de Moriyon
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Mirador de Moriyon Villaviciosa
Travel Blogs from Villaviciosa
... Lolly shop. Those crazy kids thought they could buy up half the shop while we were distracted talking. Lucky Clint caught them before they paid. Andrew wasn't quick enough.
We then went for churros. It is a very Spanish thing to do around 6pm. They taste amazing. We are late, it is 8:30pm. Take it from me, they do not digest well at that hour of the night. I woke during the night & felt so full & disgusting. Should have listened to Leana on that ...
I sleep in again. Clint wakes up early and walks down to the beach to photograph the sunrise.
Tyler is in year 11 and has to go to school. The Millar boys are enjoying having us as an excuse to skip school.
Reid cooks us all delicious crepes for breakfast. Tess had hoped he would, remembering how good they were when he made them at our place.
The boys head out for a bike ride to check the surf.We ...
This morning we slept in.
We felt a lot quieter at our apartment as Andie and Dan had slept at the Millars. It is the first time we have been apart in 6 weeks,and it feels different.
We got ready and head to their place. The Old Town is gorgeous and they live right in amongst it.
They take us on a walking tour of the town. It is lovely. The sun is shining and it is a ...
This morning we woke up early and while Clint, Dan & I packed the car the girls headed over the road to buy breakfast.
We drove around to the Main Street, picked them up and settled in.
We vote on whether to do the long day in the car and drive to Gijon or do 3 short days to get to Paris. The decision is unanimous - Gijon it is. Clint & I feel rested enough to do the drive & the kids are up for it. We hope Lily 'the X factor' is ...
... country in an apartment with a family I don't know, basic stuff yeah? Oviedo is sorta unique in the way things work here. For one, ************e speaks English. My host brother speaks it only because he lives in Germany and had to speak it there. But other than that, my host parents don't understand a single word of it apparently. So that's been a challenge. Also, the family norms here are very different to me. Especially ...