La Casona de Suesa

Address: La Pola, 23, Suesa, Cantabria, 39150, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on La Pola, 23, Suesa, is near Palacio Real de La Magdalena, Playa Primera de El Sardinero, Playa de Langre, and Playa de El Puntal.
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      Travel Blogs from Suesa

      Today I Start A New ADVENTURE March 17/2015

      A travel blog entry by susanjourney on Mar 20, 2015

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      ... THE LITTLE VILLAGE TOMORROW. SO NOW TO TELL YOU ABOUT MY EXPERIENCE UP TO THIS POINT. LIFE CHANGING WOULD BE THE ONLY WAY TO. EXPLAIN. THE WALK TO SANTIAGO DE COMPASTELLA VERY PERSONAL.AND THE 4DAYS THERE WAS AMAZING I SPENT A LOT OF TIME IN THE CATHEREDAL WITH APOSTLE JAMES ,PRA YING FOR. THE PARISH, PERISHERS AND THE PRIEST.ADORATION EVERY DAY AND I AL SO WALKED A LOT,DRANK COFFEE AND SAT IN THE SUN.,BUT MOST OF ALL I STAYED BY MYSELF AND USED ...

      A Visit to the North

      A travel blog entry by boeschenblog on Oct 08, 2014

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      ... and the river, while Deborah did a quick tour of the art inside.

      Afterwards we drove back toward Santander and then detoured to an Atlantic beach with big waves and lots of surfers. We were very proud of ourselves for then finding the summerhouse of our friends -- Jose, Paloma, Alfonso and Palomita, the Saenz de Santa Maria family. We didn’t even have to call for a rescue! (Take that Marquis!) For almost 20 years, the ...

      Heading home

      A travel blog entry by cornishcaravan on Oct 08, 2014

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      Today we are heading to Santander for the ferry to Plymouth. Having looked into the pros and cons of our usual Roscoff to Plymouth route this came out on top. It saved almost 500 miles of driving, and the associated tolls,and at least two overnight stops. The savings did not cover the increased cost but as we had not used this route with the van and we could do the trip in a day we went for this option. Our routine ...

      Homeward Bound

      A travel blog entry by budjuggler on Sep 22, 2014

      ... little traffic The stunning scenery Staying in some amazing historic buildings Tapas and racions The cars, which ran faultlessly and never missed a beat Beer Wine Seville Granada Routes on the whole Wedding planning - we've learned a lot, Food esp La Yedra (Carmona), Lerma The Cadiz Parador - it is stunning Constantly having to pose for photos - although that may be to do with the cars! More ...

      Dublin to Navarette

      A travel blog entry by ohaganm on Aug 28, 2014

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      ... Navarette about 8km from Logrono. By 9 we were only on outskirts, through that big park area and the sun was setting. We were heading into countryside but it was really too late to walk further. A lovely Spanish lady out walking her dog rang a taxi for us. Arrived in hostel El Cantaro 9.30. Room crammed with 6 bunks. Smallest room on Camino so far. Not much sleep, people up and about all ...