San Glorio Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We have breakfast in the conservatory which is almost as grand as the dining room. The porter brings the car round from the parking to load up. Its not exactly sparkling in the sunshine but its a whole lot better. we set off to get the ferry at Santander to take us to Plymouth. It only takes about five hours actual driving. It could have been less if Mrs. Merkel ...
... shore but not overpowering.
The campsite is geared mostly at Spaniards who use it as their summer 'house'. They have small caravans with awnings attached and more awnings outside that so that the entire plot allocated to them is covered. Some were so well fitted out they had timber flooring in the awning.
I shuddered to think if a fire broke out as they are all so close together.
Luckily further up the site are spaces for overnight visitors like us and ...
I'm sorry that it took so long for me to write. I have to be honest that not much happened the last week. We tried going to Bilbao but we failed. More about the rest of the week soon. And today is Isabelle's birthday which has been awesome. Last night from 12-2 we went to the beach to eat some pie and celebrate her birthday. This afternoon we went to the lighthouse. Isabelle really wanted to go and I'm so happy I went with her, ...
On the way to Santander we tried to go to a pair of lakes that were supposed to be most attractive. The picture is with the previous entry - just filling in a bit of detail. Santander was a convenient place to stop but primarily a beach area for summer. The skies remained overcast and slight drizzle most of the time but no swell or surf in sight. It is also a port for ferries from the UK. There was a group ...
... never imagined to hear a man from the Arabian counties to be more passionate about women rights than I am. It absolutely blew me away. It is also a lesson for me, again it reminds me that everything isn't so black and white. People in western countries are sometimes more stereotypical than people who live it all. The least I can say is that I learned a lot today because of that and it really opened my eyes. Buenos noches, ...