Husa Santo Domingo Plaza
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
Photos of Husa Santo Domingo Plaza
TripAdvisor Reviews Husa Santo Domingo Plaza Oviedo
Travel Blogs from Oviedo
... s" which were obviously salads. John and Aaron ordered a meat dish similar to what they did the other night as they recognised the same wording, haha. Our meals come out, and Jenny had to swap with me as hers came with Tuna and olives and she didn't eat either of those things, so that was a bonus for me. We finish up lunch and get back on the road and stop off at one more viewpoint before heading towards Santiago de Compostela. The viewpoint is called "Playa de Catedras". ...
... even with the guided explanations haha. Basquiet produced most of his artwork through inspired graffiti and newspaper articles which covered history, black and white racial wars, and political up roars in general. Looking at his artwork just makes you realise how different people's minds are, and that what they see is different to you. I walked from painting to painting and we all spent roughly 2 hours in this place. I looked at my watch and we ...
... Gijonnaise, tastes something like creme brûlée cake (with the crunchy burnt sugar glaze) only with ground almonds with a rosemary honey flavour. Super sweet but oh so yummy. No wonder my clothes are no longer fitting me. The next morning we took the opportunity to view the beautiful San Lorenzo beach that wraps around the city. It has a lovely promenade accented by colourful gardens. Very pretty. After a late start, we left for ...
... trip saw us take a bus to Tunon (25mins) where we rented bikes to cycle the Senda del Oso (Path of the Bear), a 20km cycling and walking track along the course of a former mine railway between the villages of Tunon and Entrago. With easy gradients, we cycled through increasingly spectacular valley scenery into deep, narrow canyons, with several bridges and tunnels. However, the main objective of this outing was bear-spotting! The ...
... curlers came down and gladly checked us in early.
The rest of the day was spent napping, eating and local sightseeing. Mom finally found the perfect shoes, the exact pair she wears at home, and it instantly made a difference. I hadn't mentioned it here in a while, but her feet were still hurting pretty bad. I bought some new sandals as mine had pretty much worn through to the ground, and we walked the boardwalk along ...