Travel Blogs from Gijón
... he wasn't keen to do a walk that far, and I opted to not do it by myself. The quest to see dinosaur footprints has now become a bit of a joke!
What we did find out in the evening was that the hotel is easily reached from the top part of the town. If we had known that we would have waited for the second stop when we arrived. We just expected it to be near the beach, about 200 metres! Ha ha!
Overall, It was a quiet, satisfying stay at Lastres.
... to wear my makeup but I guess that's just something I'll have to deal with. I dont know what to expect but I will most likely be drunk for 48 hours straight. I'm worried about my stuff getting stolen but hopefully that won't happen. I'm exhausted and need to take a nap so that's all for now.
oh and yesterday I got interviewed by some spanish students with a camera and couldn't understand anything they were saying. They came straight for me and I failed them.
... I'll admit it, the main reason for coming to Oviedo is Vicky Christina Barcelona (highly recommended if you wanna see Javier Bardem in suave mode). But the city did not disappoint. The casco antiguo (old preserved city center) is a delight! Very much Spanish style, but with added colors and flowers. We spent only 2 hours there but could snap a few shots and bring back some local cider. We'll definitely be ...
From the golden plains of Caceres and Extremadura, by the ruta de la plata (even though it's free), via the lakes and mountains of Asturias, all the way to the green fields of Gijon surroundings, we drove. Sounds like Lord of the Rings, but the contrast in Spanish regions never ceases to amaze me. We also dropped 10°C, but I got grass to pitch my tent. Judging by the reactions at ...
... awhile, none of us really sure where to go. We were following Kory and he seemed confident that he knew where we were going. After asking a few people for directions and a long, confusing walk, we made it to the trailhead. We decided to walk along the road since the trail seemed too confusing. It was a beautiful walk, all uphill though and very tiring. We could see a view of the city the whole way up and even though it was cloudy it was breathtaking. After about two ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Pasaje Gijón
The location was great but the hotel was tired and noisy wit no airconditioning
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