Hotel San Millan

Address: C/Ortega y Gasset 94, Santander, Cantabria, 39011, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on C/Ortega y Gasset 94, Santander, is near Ermita de la Virgen del Mar, Playa de Matalenas, Parque de La Marga, and Parque del Doctor Morales.
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Travel Blogs from Santander

Day 10

A travel blog entry by eliseauguste on Jun 10, 2015

... 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, ...

Day 9

A travel blog entry by eliseauguste on Jun 09, 2015

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Good morning everybody, I decided to eat at the cafeteria each morning now. At least that way I get some time to wake up. It's not too luxurious but they have yoghurt, cereal, small pastries and nice breads and don't forget the fresh orange juice and bacon with eggs. Class is really getting nicer each day. Today we tried a Spanish delicacy called torron. Well let's say it wasn't what we expected.... Look at the picture ...

Day 8

A travel blog entry by eliseauguste on Jun 08, 2015

Today, Monday, we finally got our books for class. Also I learned a lot today, about verbs and pronunciation (which so far is the most difficult thing). We also spoke about the importance of the Spanish language, how many people speak it, etc. It is very typical that the teacher ...

Day 7

A travel blog entry by eliseauguste on Jun 07, 2015

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... in Spain. Saying a few simple words already confuses them and Lewis asked a shopkeeper for water and they didn't understand either. It's truly astonishing. Especially since they expect beginners to understand their Spanish and they literally don't speak a word of English, also they look very weird if you're incapable of answering well and just talk back really fast. I mean these are cantine ladies, so I can't really blame them but still. I guess ...

Day 6

A travel blog entry by eliseauguste on Jun 07, 2015

Saturday wasn't too special. The whole day I relaxed and in the evening I went out for dinner together with Isabelle. We went into town at 20:30 for dinner but every place we could find was just a cafe, apparently people do not dine in Spain. In the end we found this small cafe/ restaurant and by the time it was ten it only started to get busy. I had a ...