Hotel Palacio De La Llorea

Address: Ctra. Ribadesella - Canero No. 6780, Gijón, Asturias, 33394, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located in the Periurbano - Rural area of Gijón.
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      Travel Blogs from Gijón

      First week

      A travel blog entry by rachel.mckinnie on Jan 11, 2015

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      ... schedule, sheesh. I love breakfast but here they barely eat in the morning and then eat a big lunch, a "snack" later then a nice dinner at like 10pm.. Being a bit jet lagged has made dinner at 10 very hard for me. But I'm starting to get used to it. And I already started school which was a bit overwhelming but my classes sound interesting and we'll see how that goes. Trying to stay positive and make the best of ...

      A Bliss of Bends

      A travel blog entry by spartanbaz on Sep 07, 2014

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      ... east to west along the north coast. This had me singing the Irish classic "oh I wish I was on the N17" inside my helmet, substituting the road name appropriately, as I whizzed past cyclists and hikers along the pilgrim's trail to Santiago. I have to give credit to Tinkerbell at this point as she really has 'manned up' following the dramas of the early days of the trip. She has been running like a dream since arriving in Spain, save for the odd flash of a ...

      Ribadesella to Gijon

      A travel blog entry by quadrophenia on Aug 19, 2014

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      ... with tight timing sailing solo, I should have/could have prepared the genoa before left just in case! Finally I had to let the main flap and getting wet on foredeck while getting smashed by the 2 meter waves, another great lesson learned in the hard way. It was a great relief after the genoa up then we started broad reaching through the side waves flying at 7 knots, Quadrophenia was happily battling the ...

      Asturias - Part 1; Arriondas

      A travel blog entry by travelmaniax on Aug 11, 2014

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      ... of my mum, sister and I on the Roman Bridge in this entry, some may be in the blog itself, others may be at the bottom of the blog, along with others. Spain is very influenced by the places around it, and the places who had conquered it, even if it was conquered about 2’000 years ago, so Spain is quite roman influenced, it’s also very Arabian influenced, because it’s near places like Morocco, which is very Arabian.


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      The Last Day

      A travel blog entry by ellabright on Aug 05, 2014

      ... this crazy journey. I passed out on the bus, excited to return home but dreading the long trip that lay ahead of me. My last night was perfect except that it was missing luke and Zak, my two loves. Zak is someone I am sure I will see again but Luke I may very well never see again. It's hard and I do miss them, but it's a part of life accepting that sometimes people are only meant to make small appearances in life to teach you something and then in a moment they are gone. ...