Asturias Hotels of Pincipado driving Santiago Camino Primitivo as new international destinationHusa Hotels, the international division of mascostas Group, International Costs and international tourist platform Where is Asturias have come together to actively market the Primitivo Camino de Santiago. This special famtrip begin on November 15 and participate in Oviedo fourteen international tour operators.
For five days, tour operators from Germany, France, Italy, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Slovenia and South America will have the opportunity to visit Asturias through this route. The Primitivo Camino de Santiago is known as the first route from Oviedo, Asturias undertook King Alfonso II in the ninth century to venerate the remains of St. James. Despite being the first of the pilgrimage to Santiago, it is less well known than other routes of pilgrimage. However, in recent times has been rediscovered by many pilgrims and provided with instructions and services for travelers.
The interest in incorporating a new destination in the Principality has made both political and private institutions actively collaborate to implement this project.
Thus have been implicated in the same Grand Hotel Husa Hotels Spain, Hotel & Spa Merás Palace, Hotel The New Allandesa, Hotel Las Grandas, Hotel Rural Castillo de Valdés Salas, Hotel Rural Casa de la Veiga, and Earth Restaurant Astur and the Regional Tourist Board of the Principality, the municipalities of Oviedo, Grado, Salas, Tineo, Pola de Allande Grandas, Chamber of Commerce of Oviedo, Asturias Hospitality Association of Friends of the Way of the Astur-Galician Interior, International Costas, who has charge of the tour operators, and Where is Asturias, which has acted as support in the planning and coordination of sightseeing.
According to Richard Huerta, director of Husa Gran Hotel Spain and Hotel Husa Santo Domingo Plaza in Oviedo, "this action is a great opportunity to raise awareness of the Principality of Asturias hitherto inaccessible markets.'s An ambitious project, very interesting, will allow us to position ourselves internationally. "
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"Under pressure from sponsors accustomed to his now-aging squads dominating victories of the past, Radio Shacks Johan Bruyneel adopted a novel approach to selecting the members of his 2011 TDF squad (average age: 53).
I got to thinking, why come to the Tour with a single team leader? Bruyneel explained. That gives you what a one in nine chance of victory? And then it all clicked ...snt break a hip.
The approach seems to be paying off during week one. Despite crashes that have dimmed the hopes of Americans Levi Leipheimer and Chris Horner and the exit of Slovenias Jani Erin Brajkovic (who suffered a concussion and a broken collarbone after slipping in a pool of Andre Greipels tears), the team continues to field six bald GC contenders more than any other team."
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