Pousada San Miguel Hotel

San Sebastian de Garabandal, Cantabria, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 

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The best campsite in the universe

A travel blog entry by vincent.michon

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... the owner is from Bolivia, I'm not sure. Watching last night game was a pain to be honest, or maybe both teams were too good defensively, but Netherlands didn't produce any game so it's only fair they're out. The trip is slowly reaching its end, as we drive towards Bilbao, then San Sebastian ...

Lovely Llanes

A travel blog entry by sharon.bolton

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... with people and council workers appeared with hand made straw brooms to sweep up all the flower petals. I felt very lucky to have chanced upon this day to visit. There are lots of lovely walks in and around Llanes and it's church, Iglesia de Santa Maria, is one of the most significant waypoints on the Camino de Santiago. I walked through the marina up to the fishing port where the Cubes of Memory by ...

First excursion with UIMP (Emily)

A travel blog entry by em_and_ash9394

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... was also interesting that this church was similar to the churches I saw when I was in France a few years ago.

For our next stop, we had lunch in a town called San Vicente de la barquera. It was a very beautiful town with a castle and a church located in it. I also bought a Cantabria sweatshirt in this town (because it was freezing today to be honest, and I was not prepared). For those who don't know, Cantabria is the part of Spain we ...

Excursion #1! (Ashley)

A travel blog entry by em_and_ash9394

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Today was an interesting yet very long day. I woke up around 8 am (around 2 am back home, says my everlasting jetlag) and got ready to tour a replica of the Caves of Altamira. For those who don't know what this is, look it up! Historically, it was the first cave found with art inside, opening the doors for many archeologists. At first, no one believed the farmer that they were real, as he casually found them with ...

Bagpipes in Northern Spain

A travel blog entry by jockpaddyontour

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After Salamanca we headed back to Portugal staying just outside of Porto - a lovely city and of course we tried a little Port. Then inland to Braga (another cathedral and a place of pilgrimage). Then on to the surf coast.

Next stop Santiago de Compostella which is of course THE place for pilgrims. (I don't think we can be counted in that group as travelling by Motorhome is not a hardship). A monster of ...

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