Parador de Santillana Gil Blas
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... We found the office complex, which consisted of what had been offices at one time. They were filled with books and papers. I was absolutely fascinated by it, could have spent all day exploring the buildings and stuff. Just really makes me wonder what is the story of the place. It was kind of eery at the same time. It was abandoned and there were papers floating around. There was a lot of broken glass from the windows and doors and every time the wind ...
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), ...
... and his organic style is simply marvellous. He designed the house in such a way that sunlight hits every room at varying times of the day. The centre of the house was a glass enclosed atrium that provided both heat and light to the home. From the ceramic sunflower exterior to the exquisite use of iron and wood, it was a delight to visit. Next to El Capricio is the home of the Marquis of Comillas, Antonio Lopez y Lopez, who found wealth in ...
... By 5 minutes. Perfect. Surely we thought, there is a bus here that can take us. There were about 20 different bus schedules outside, none of which made any sense. At the point where I finally made peace with the fact that we would have to walk on, Ryan had this crazy suggestion I ask the people working in the random roadside sushi restaurant. I thought, no way would the people at the sushi bar know about ...
... was still up from the night before drinking something very different.
We walked to San Vicente de la Barquera, a very cool seaside town. We arrived to our hostel, which did't open for a few hours, and passed the time by having a picnic out back along side the Ria. Our hostel was located just in front of the 12th century church Santa Maria de los Angeles. As we were now a ...