Tryp Rey Pelayo Hotel

Address: Avenida Torcuato Fernandez, Gijón, Asturias, 33203, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located in the Gijon-Este area of Gijón.
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      A Bliss of Bends

      A travel blog entry by spartanbaz on Sep 07, 2014

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      ... started and boy did it pour down! The only decision to make thus was to hook us up with a 'real' room for the night at the handily located "Superman" hostel and get a full wash of both clothes and myself. Peter was particularly starting to hum by now so this was a most opportune moment. A relaxing night (sans mattress) would be perfect preparation for a big mileage push tomorrow which would hopefully see us join the pilgrims at Santiago... but would we make ...

      Ribadesella to Gijon

      A travel blog entry by quadrophenia on Aug 19, 2014

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      I now totally understand why it is called a weather forecast because we should only use as guidance like the Gps. As technology improves sometimes we are so easy to reply on it, then when nature shows us the real world maybe it could be a bit late to realize. Well we had another great little sail today, I was planning to fly the spinnaker easy surf west with the predicted north easterly force 3 or 4 so left the ...

      Asturias - Part 1; Arriondas

      A travel blog entry by travelmaniax on Aug 11, 2014

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      ... de Europa national park, where a little train called a funicular ran up and down inside a mountain. We went up in the funicular, then walked for a few hundred metres until we got to a village. The village was sort of split in half, with a stream running in the middle. There was 2 bridges across the stream, a good sturdy one, and one made just out of planks set across the stones. We went across the one made out of planks, just for fun. When we ...

      The Last Day

      A travel blog entry by ellabright on Aug 05, 2014

      ... that as I started hugging everyone I started crying instantly. I love them all so much and for them to drop me off like that was amazing. I got on the bus and waved a final goodbye to them all and everyone stared as I went to my seat, crying the whole way. It's crazy how a group of complete strangers can become like family in a matter of days. They had all truly touched me, and it really felt as though all our souls had reached out a hand and grabbed ...

      A broken bed and a horrible goodbye

      A travel blog entry by ellabright on Jul 27, 2014

      Checkout was at 11, so we all got up and took showers. I called Jonathan in the morning and he wasn't really mad anymore, he just strongly considered it to be cheating and said he would break up with me if I did it. So that answered that question. We packed up our stuff and left and
      then went to a cafe for breakfast. We were sad to leave the apartment, it would have been nice to have stayed another night and explored the city more but oh well. We got bocadillos and coffee ...