Hotel las Anclas
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Conference facilities
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel las Anclas El Astillero
Travel Blogs from El Astillero
... the old buildings - many of which have now unfortunately been converted to tourist souvenir places. Lunch at a tapas bar and ten back to he pub where we met up with an English couple drinking gin and tonic on the front patio of the hotel. Got talking and ended having dinner with them. Turns out Colin Firth is a cousin or nephew so Jo had much to talk to them about as they were very much in touch and it seems quite close to ...
Arrived around 10 am - very fortunate rooms available so able to shower and clean up. Car in basement garage ideal for working on dynamo. Took cover off dynamo and cleaned commutator then attempted to adjust 3rd brush. Unable to move it eventually gave up and removed battery - after a struggle, have to remove baseplate of holder first - and took it upstairs to charge. When connected to charger showed ...
After a fab sleep on the boat we spent the day and morning chilling and catching up on homework ect. Then at 5pm we arrived in Spain. It was raining a tad, this didnt help with driving on the right side of the road for the 1st time. After about 2 hrs we arrived late to our campsite. A very small but lovelyb site overlooking the coast. But still wet for the 1st night. ...
Santander provides a slice of urban seaside life, with bustling bodegas and beaches. It is not the most beautiful of cities - a huge fire raged through the centre back in 1941, leaving little that's old or quaint. But Cantabria's capital, founded by the Romans as Portus Victoriae (Victory Harbour) in 21 BC, makes the most of its setting along the northern side of the handsome Bahia de Santander, and proved a lively place ...
... cabins, we set sail heading for Plymouth. We had a much calmer crossing thankfully so it was nice to be out on deck and watch the world go bye.
The final leg of our travels involved a great stop over in Portishead to meet up with family before the long drive north back to Edinburgh.
We have the Edinburgh Festival to look forward to but then we must get back to work!