Aisia Islares

Barrio de Islares 59, Urdiales, Cantabria, 39798, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Barrio de Islares 59, Urdiales.
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    Travel Blogs from Urdiales

    Dead Goose Society

    A travel blog entry by spartanbaz on Sep 05, 2014

    9 photos

    ... d never been before - it was motorbike heaven! Then came motorbike hell as the road descended into a descent I can only described as extreme. This was a gradient like no other and even in first gear, going practically vertically, the bike struggled to grip the specially riveted tarmac. The camber of the ground certainly didn't help but there could be no turning back as to do so would mean a certain fall. As usual when faced with such an assault I decided to attack and so sped ...

    Dernier jour avec Spike - Spike's last day

    A travel blog entry by karele on Aug 22, 2014

    8 photos

    ... pour La Rochelle où il avait son avion à 14 heures et Jamieson lui a continué son chemin vers Lastres. Whilst Spike was with us, the weather was not really good and it was cloudy most of the days therefore we have spent most days inside rather than outside. Thankfully on his last day, the weather cheered up and we were able to go back to the cave with him. We had lunch on the rib before swimming ashore and climbing some of the rocks that were there. We all had great fun ...

    Camino de Santiago

    A travel blog entry by sethsokol on Oct 07, 2013

    2 photos

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    One thing that has already happened on this route is many people have shouted to me "¡buen camino!", so it is really a change from the obscurity I usually have as a touring cyclist and the perplexing looks people usually give me.

    The other different thing is the system of albergues (like simple youth hostels) that support the pilgrims. Looks like I will be staying in them as I get a bed, shelter, ...

    Madrid y Segovia: Three day tour

    A travel blog entry by alihaney on Jun 30, 2013

    ... have been a ladder. I’ve climbed more steps to get to the top of the Arc de Triomphe, but the sharp turns and high steps made this the hardest set of stairs I have ever attempted. It was well worth the effort – the view from the top of the tower was fit for the kings who lived there. All of Segovia was visible, and well into the countryside. If possible, the climb down was even harder – I was sure I was going to slip and tumble down. Fortunately I kept my feet ...

    Days 72 and 73 Bilbao, Spain

    A travel blog entry by luv2cruise on May 27, 2013

    1 comment, 24 photos

    Days 72 and 73 Bilbao, Spain

    Just love the city of Bilbao. We had to take a shuttle in to the city center, about a 30 minute ride. One thing we did notice are the number of car/truck accidents there are here. Very rarely did we see any type of accident. During our stay here we saw three.

    The day was cool, but sunny and we hiked all around. Walking to the part of the city called Old Quarter, we had to cross a ...