Hotel Pugide

Address: Pugide s/n, Puertas De Vidiago, Llanes, Asturias, 33597, Spain | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Pugide s/n, Puertas De Vidiago.
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    Travel Blogs from Puertas De Vidiago

    Second day in the Picos de Europa

    A travel blog entry by ashleysa on Sep 18, 2015

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    In the morning we went up with the cable car to the Parador de Fuente De (900m). When we got at the top it was 4 degrees and foggy. Luckily after a while some parts cleared and we could see the famous peaks.  After a walk we had lunch in Potes and went for a drive just to see more of the beautiful ...

    First day in the Picos de Europa

    A travel blog entry by ashleysa on Sep 17, 2015

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    We booked a hotel in Potes to explore the national park Picos de Europa. Such a beautiful range of mountains. Potes is on the eastern side. On our way there we stopped at Cangas de Onis to get some information on trails and the park. After that we first did a walk around the Lago de la Ercina and had lunch before we continued our route to Potes where we arrived late in the ...

    Day 20 -- Poo to San Esteban de Leces -- 18km

    A travel blog entry by jessica.benson on Jul 20, 2015

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    ... and had a great view of the ocean, and a relaxing flowered backyard to hang out in.Turns out a food truck made a nightly stop, and food could be ordered, we opted to stick with our sandwhich plan and ordered a few bottles of wine.

    Me and Abby found an old church across the street that served as our recording studio. With Ryan as our film director we recorded ...

    Day 19 -- Pendueles to Playa de Poo -- 17km

    A travel blog entry by jessica.benson on Jul 19, 2015

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    ... beach. And no, there was no 'Poo' to be found, and its actually pronounced more like Poe... The farther west we got the more rugged the beaches seemed to be. This one provided some caves to explore. Me and Ryan swam out quite a ways, the farther out we got the warmer it got for some reason.

    We ended the night by spending $7 for a delicious 4 course home cooked meal at the hostel. We sat at a community ...

    Day 18 -- San Vicente to Pendueles -- 27km

    A travel blog entry by jessica.benson on Jul 18, 2015

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    ... day. However some other pilgrims told me about how the beach here had caves so of course we couldn't pass it up. Turns out the tide was too high to go cave exploring, but I was very glad we made it. It was a very rough and isolated beach settled in a rocky cove. We went swimming, Ryan went climbing, it was a great afternoon.

    We ended our night by making our way up the road for some Sidra and Cerveza.