Aisia Islares

Address: 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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      Rain rain rain

      A travel blog entry by paulandphilna on Dec 06, 2014

      4 comments, 2 photos

      NOW I read that it always rains all the time in north Spain. Should have read the literature before I guess. Ferry from Porthmouth to Bilbao was much cleaner and smarter than I expected. Now in Bilbao in a camping site that is actually closed except for the restaurant which is rather good. Not sure why they let us book? We are the only ones here and parked in the restaurant carpark. Which makes it handy for visiting. Been sitting here since 5 o'clock ...

      Avila, Segova and late arrival in Bilbao

      A travel blog entry by mackles on Oct 09, 2013

      2 comments, 2 photos

      ... definitely have taken less time!! Anyway, it was lots of fun, and no farmers chased us (although 2 sheepdogs chased the car)! We stopped off at the little town nearby (Allejos) for an icecream and café in the bar, which actually was like the end of the earth and they certainly weren’t used to people from the other side of the world..

      We were now racing against the clock (again) to get to our next destination ...

      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 "ˇbuen 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

      ... and said “ah yes, you are the one who speaks Spanish very well!” My jetlagged self was struggling to find my social skills when I replied “I sure hope so!” But that comment did help boost my confidence in my Spanish proficiency right from the get-go, so I charged unafraid into Madrid.

      Quick note: If you ever see me write out a conversation between me and another person, it’s in Spanish. For the purposes of this blog and those who will read it, ...

      A rented Picasso

      A travel blog entry by thesunroseclear on Sep 09, 2011

      1 comment, 8 photos

      The car we rented in Malaga was a Citroen Picasso, a masterpiece of design once you get used to both headlights being on the same side. We dropped it off in Madrid a week later, having passed through Ronda, Seville, Granada and Toledo. After three days in Madrid, we rented a Nissan Qashqai for five days, passing through Avila, Segovia, Vallodolid and Burgos and ending in Bilbao. Frances and I shared the driving.

      Spanish drivers were actually ...