Hotel El Rebeco

Address: Fuente De, Cantabria, 39588, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
 
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      CAMPIONES!

      A travel blog entry by -cat.rylance- on May 25, 2014

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      ... 8217;s house we were slightly
      delayed when I shattered a wine bottle on his floor, but regardless the group
      of us took the metro to the bar where the San Fran kids had told us to meet.
      When we got there it was packed and there was no way we were getting in, so we
      walked around and found a small pub close by that had good tapas and cheap
      cervesas (beer). It was awesome because the city was divided in a sense into
      Real fans and Atletic- the Real fans ...

      Picos de Europa

      A travel blog entry by swannieg on May 19, 2014

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      ... so amazing didn't seem to notice. After leaving cable car you are able to go even higher on well formed mountain tracks. Walked for about an hour - reached the snow line- starting to get a bit chilly - then 2 guys skiied past on the track so decided it was time to return to catch last cable car of the day back down to our hotel. Feeling sad we have only booked for one night. Would have loved to explore more around this amazing place. Another nice dinner of local cuisine ...

      San Miguel, Palacio Real & Flamenco.

      A travel blog entry by bradtravelling on Jul 15, 2013

      ... and royal. The royal family had a passion for clocks, having beautiful unique clocks in every room, even a table that it was just a clock. The Royal Palace in Madrid is without a doubt the most majestic palace we have seen so far, including Versailles. After a royal afternoon, we got ready for our Spanish night at Corral de la Moreria, we ate some good food, with Cava and Sangria. A beet gazpacho, extremely delish! After a nice meal, the Flamenco Tablao ...

      Sheep, Snow & The Peaks of Europe

      A travel blog entry by joce.whitehead on Jul 07, 2013

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      ... We returned home later that evening after spending hours exploring the mountains and becoming quiet well acquainted with our fellow hikers and the many animals that shared our paths. After cleaning up we had a great dinner at the refuge where we split a bottle of red wine and relaxed watching the sunset in the mountains.

      The next morning we met a young couple who were visiting from Bilbao to hike the mountains, and they quickly became good friends. Instead of taking the ...

      Easter in Madrid? Why not.

      A travel blog entry by nadia.melham on Mar 31, 2013

      22 photos

      ... was only the three of us so we just positioned ourselves around the seat. The train took off and all was fine. A few moments later a family consisting of a middle aged pale skinned woman, a dark skinned man and some cute little afro haired toddlers wandered over looking rather confused whilst analysing both their ticket and the seat numbers above our heads. Eventually they managed to communicate to us that we were sitting in their seat, even though ...