Las Rocas Playa Hotel

Address: C/ Flaviobriga n. 1, Urdiales, Cantabria, 39700, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on C/ Flaviobriga n. 1, Urdiales.
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      A travel blog entry by tomodea on Oct 24, 2014

      1 comment, 15 photos

      Once again we had a filling breakfast before venturing out into the cooler morning. The day warmed up and was the most humid we have experienced this trip.

      Today was also our most energetic. We walked for hours!

      First stop was across the river so Tom could take photos of the Guggenheim Museum – however the sun was in the wrong place. We stayed on the other side of the river and walked to the ...

      Avila, Segova and late arrival in Bilbao

      A travel blog entry by mackles on Oct 09, 2013

      2 comments, 2 photos

      ... receptionist had stayed to meet us!

      We went for a walk around the area (now 10pm) and unfortunately were unable to find any food at all, and the vending machine in the lobby (which had sandwiches) wasn’t dispensing anything.. Could this be yet another culinary lowpoint? Close your ears, Helen – the kids had chocolate, nutella on stale bread and hot chocolate (with no milk) for dinner – oh and Eva had ...

      Camino de Santiago

      A travel blog entry by sethsokol on Oct 07, 2013

      2 photos

      ... de Santiago is (or you can wikipedia it).

      The Camino de Santiago is translated as St. James' Way and is an ancient pilgrimage route that began with paegan pilgrims walking to what was believed was the end of the world. It later became a popular Christian pilgrimage route.

      It is however, not just one route. In fact, there are endless ways to do it, although the most popular is the French route that ...

      Madrid y Segovia: Three day tour

      A travel blog entry by alihaney on Jun 30, 2013

      ... much larger than that, in the advertising on the metro stops, and in the products in the stores. We got off the bus to see the old part of Madrid, and started at the city center – la Plaza del Sol. The Plaza del Sol is the main hub of Madrid, their version of Times Square. Unlike New York, however, all the buildings are very old, and it is only really accessible on foot. Plaza del Sol has the “zero” out from which all the streets begin. It is marked by a simple ...

      Bilbao Baggins

      A travel blog entry by nick_collins8 on Jul 23, 2011

      12 photos

      ... ensures that there is no one plowing along in the opposite direction, equally oblivious to the carnage that is about to occur. So if you see "Stupid bus driver causes massive accident because he is an over confident douche" then you'll be happy to know that I was Australian tourist mentioned in the article.

      Anyway you get to Bilbao and immediately see that its far more industrial than the rest of the Spanish cities I have been to. But because its industrial it is ...