Palacio De Rubianes Hotel & Golf

Address: Palacio de Rubianes, Cereceda, Asturias, 33583, Spain | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Palacio de Rubianes, Cereceda.
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      Completion, contemplation & return

      A travel blog entry by patrickhaggerty on Apr 12, 2015

      ... in my life. Many will think I'm crazy, but I honestly believe Alyssa wanted me to walk the Camino. On Valentines day in 2012, a few weeks before my Central European trip, I stayed home from work & decided to watch a movie. A movie called The Way had kept popping up as a movie to rent for the last several days prior. While that had never happened before, I gave it little thought until I read the ...

      Cruise - Day 14

      A travel blog entry by argyles on Apr 10, 2015

      ... other's. #Emosh Some of us headed for a Costa later in the afternoon, and we went around the ship getting the names of those crew members who had gone the extra mile, and really made our holiday special. Despite there being many moody and miserable crew members, we still had plenty of names to nominate. Nominations of crew were from Reception, Spa, Photography and Restaurant. As Grampa hasn't left the cabin for over a week, ...

      Differences between Spain and US (continuous list)

      A travel blog entry by amobrien07 on Mar 11, 2015

      1) Spain: Teachers are called by their first name
      US: Teachers are called by their marriage title ( Miss, Mrs., Mr.) and their last name. Calling them by the first name is rude.
      2) Teachers will grab students arms, touch them, hug them etc. Not ina forceful way but touch is very common.
      US: Teachers are never suppose to touch students .
      3) Spain: Grades are commonly read out loud to the entire class. Some ...

      The Beginning

      A travel blog entry by amobrien07 on Mar 06, 2015

      9 photos

      ... Spanish couple that comew to the park outside my window everyday and they share bread and wine together, it reminds me of the movies. The food here is very good and today I ate fish for the first time in many years and I really liked it here because it is fresh. Also the coffee is wonderful, but very strong, and coffee is drank all throughoutnthe day. Dinner is ate late here around 9 or 10 so that has been an adjustment and they have many items to their courses. ...

      Flight home

      A travel blog entry by ahartry on Jan 27, 2015

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      ... no middle seats taken. I read the whole time, finishing my book just as our wheels touched down in rainy Frankfurt. (Does it always rain in Frankfurt?) We were a few minutes late, because we had to be de-iced in Madrid, and then we needed to take busses to the terminal … but it was an easy transition to Z gates – no line at the passport control, although it took a while before the officer could find my ...