Silken Monumental Naranco
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- Minbar in room
- Concierge desk
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
TravelPod Member ReviewsSilken Monumental Naranco Oviedo
Rooms were great and even had a gym and swimming pool. Nice spot.
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We hear the alarm for 8am and get ready, shower and pack before meeting John and Jenny for breakfast at 9am. I look out the window and it's still pitch black, mornings are depressing in Spain. Lucky the sun doesn't go down until 7:30pm, so you don't lose too much of your day. We head down at 9am and see John and Jenny already tucking into some breakfast. We are finished within the hour, head up to our rooms to clean our teeth and grab our bags. We head off and check out by 10am. We ...
... was 2pm and we had to go and get some lunch before hitting the road again. Aaron and I duck into a supermarket and grab some fresh brown bread and ham whilst John and Jenny eat right by the museum as it was closer and less walking involved. So we meet back up 20mins later and head back to the car. We hop in and dart our voyage to the next stop over town called "Santillana del mar". Apparently it's one of the most beautiful and remote towns in Spain. ...
... dotted along a hillside overlooking the estuary The Old Town is dominated by the Castillo (castle) del Rey which dates back to the 13th century. Other buildings include the Provost Tower, the Hospital de la Conception and the present day Town Hall (formerly the house of the Inquisidor Corro). Wedged between medieval buildings is the very modern law courts and police station, which is interesting since most of the commercial and residential ...
... t find any place that served dinner before 7:30 pm. But to my delight I stumbled upon some Asturian cabrales cheese, so I bought a baguette, a bottle of Sidra and thus dinner was served.
Sleep was not to be had that night, thanks to the swarm of mosquito's in the room and a group of transformers pushing there was through the streets. So maybe not actually transformers but whatever it was had me convinced at the time.
... I was too bummed to finally have a reason to put on my new blue rain jacket though ;) We paused under the bus stop shelter and put on our pack covers and rain gear, although mom and Abby had sent theirs ahead in Santander in the spirit of losing some pack weight.
On our way out of town, I remembered that our destination today was very rural, and so we turned around to stock up at the grocery store. I looked forward to spaghetti all ...