La Posada de la Inquisicion

Address: Castillo Pedroso 71, Cantabria, 39699, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Castillo Pedroso 71, Cantabria.
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        Travel Blogs from Cantabria

        Spain! The country of Spanish! Really??

        A travel blog entry by pilgrimsjourney on Nov 05, 2015

        1 comment, 5 photos

        ... the way! My last two days in Italy with Rachel were amazing. We had a very chill relaxing time. We hung out with Hessina again. She actually through a friend of hers found a couple who was willing to host is for our last night. We felt so unbelievably blessed! The next morning Hessina took us around town, showed us more cool spots, treated us to an absolutely amazing lunch pastry thing and phenomenal dessert. Seriously, I can't explain how good they ...

        Portsmouth to Santander and on to Monte Royal Camp

        A travel blog entry by jimrob on Oct 31, 2015

        1 photo

        A sunny day for our crossing, so we went up on deck and met several dog owners exercising their pets, plus other people doing various interesting trips. Once back in the cabin, Tricia set about writing christmas cards!! There won't be much time for that once we return, so it is a good idea.
        We started watching the Rugby World Cup final, knowing we only had about 30 minutes before we disembarked. However, as luck would have it (or not, if you didn't like rugby), ...

        Simply Precioso - Santillana del Mar

        A travel blog entry by wilsondm5 on Oct 02, 2015

        2 comments, 15 photos

        Santillana del Mar is a delightful, preserved medieval town of three streets in the Cantabria region of Spain. It is also known as the town of three lies: it is neither holy (Santi) nor flat (llana) nor by the sea (del mar). The place is a mix of cobblestone streets, ancient stone buildings, 13th century institutions, and a few plazas. Intermingled with the hotels are small shops, restaurants and cafés. Our hotel, built in the 16th century ...

        Day 17 -- Comillas to San Vicente de la Barquera

        A travel blog entry by jessica.benson on Jul 17, 2015

        29 photos

        ... by an interesting group of people, everyone had there own organization and rules. It was funny and confusing. We picked a spot in the back of the dorm room next to the window.

        Even though the beach was quite a walk, We made the trek and as always it was well worth the refreshing salty swim. After the beach we took ourselves to a few grocery stores and bought some pre-made ...

        Day 16 -- Comillas to nowhere -- 0km

        A travel blog entry by jessica.benson on Jul 16, 2015

        10 photos

        ... didn't get any sleep either.

        All I can say is thank goodness we ended up staying in a pension, Ryan throwing up every hour would have been a nightmare in a public room at a hostel, he would have had to just stay outside.

        Me mom and Abby went to a nearby bar and got some coffee and breakfast while we waited for the pharmacy to open. Luckily you don't need a prescription for anti-emetics in Spain, and I was able ...