Carlos I

Address: Pza. Carlos I, 4, Villaviciosa, Asturias, 33300, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Pza. Carlos I, 4, Villaviciosa.
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    The rain in Spain....

    A travel blog entry by dave.coleman on Sep 02, 2015

    2 comments, 8 photos

    There is no sign of breakfast at the Grandas Hostal so we are on the road at 9am. There are miles of beautiful roads here in Asturias. We ride over two low passes of 1200 and 1700 metres respectively. Unfortunately any altitude over 800m is in cloud so ready have few good views and the riding is difficult. There are lots of lakes created by small dams across ...

    The cider cellar lunch to remember

    A travel blog entry by newsbob on Aug 21, 2015

    12 photos

    ... posted every time police got a report of wife abuse. Unfortunately they see it far too often.

    Finally it was time for us to head to the restaurant called Tierra Astur.

    It was kind of rustic, with sawdust on the floor and communal seating along long tables. Plates were already in place, each with a thick slice of dark, thick-crusted bread.

    And then they started serving the ...

    Day 29: Tales of Two Cities

    A travel blog entry by snidjud on Aug 21, 2015

    8 photos

    ... hear bagpipes and other Celtic sounds. The drink of the area is cider, which comes in many forms, the most popular of which costs about €3 a litre and is consumed in copious amounts - especially, as we saw, at lunch. After the tour, about 3pm, we headed to Gijón on our own and just wandered. Here, the name of the city is pronounced "Hee-yon". Our coffee metric was ...

    Cider and Bears...

    A travel blog entry by wildkriv on Aug 09, 2015

    20 photos

    ... trip saw us take a bus to Tunon (25mins) where we rented bikes to cycle the Senda del Oso (Path of the Bear), a 20km cycling and walking track along the course of a former mine railway between the villages of Tunon and Entrago. With easy gradients, we cycled through increasingly spectacular valley scenery into deep, narrow canyons, with several bridges and tunnels. However, the main objective of this outing was bear-spotting! The ...


    A travel blog entry by a.baker.abroad on Jun 26, 2015

    With 1000km to drive in 2 days to get to Logrono to meet the girls, we had a fair bit of driving to do. We drove out of Portugal along the coast to the North-west corner of Spain before heading along the north coast and stopping for the night in the seaside town of Gijon. Not much to report, we went for a wander along the shore and checked out the city before grabbing a feed and hitting the pillow around ...