Hotel del Oso
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel del Oso Cosgaya
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... worst moment for this issue I would have to be sharper in future or it would be a very short trip. As my head torch died last night - a good excuse to visit all the outdoor gear shops in town - (yep one...) unfortunately it was siesta time, later. Now some would say that the Spanish are lazy! I would say that maybe they have their priorities right. And perhaps Anglo Saxons living in warm climates have it wrong. A short rode ...
Reflecting on the departure from Plymouth I found it hard to believe that well after the scheduled departure time more bikes, cars and campers were still boarding the Ferry. Perhaps the departure time is just indicative... Interesting afternoon and evening on the ferry - met and chatted to several bikers. A mechanic from up north shared loads of Picos de Europa routes with me and loaded to my GPS from SD card, he also changed a few of the settings which was ...
Because I took a wrong lane up to a roundabout I am not sure if he is ahead of me or behind.
Assuming he stayed in the correct lane I hustle out onto the A8 motorway and set off fast to catch him up. Alas it turns out that Mick is behind me somewhere. His older Tomtom maps route him a different way and so we are separated within 5 minutes of the start.
The next few hours will seem ...
... Picos was the cable car at Fuente De, and we took Laura's advice to set off early, so by 8.30am on Wednesday we were ready to travel the 12 miles to the base station which was already busy. We joined the queue but then became aware that we needed to purchase tickets from a separate building. Then the man behind us from Barcelona told us that we would ascend according to the number on the ticket which was showing on an illuminated display as well as an announcement by tannoy ...
10km of well-maintained path (formerly a service track for a HEP scheme) high above the Rio Cares between Poncebos and Cain constitute, perhaps unfortunately, the most popular mountain walk in Spain. The Lonely Planet describes walking it in August 'can feel like a Saturday morning on London's Oxford St.' However, we were undeterred and were rewarded with a magnificent and at times vertiginous excursion along the gorge separating the ...