Alesga Hotel Rural
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Now we are in the north of Spain the weather is being a bit less predictable, especially when you get in to the mountains. Just like Scotland as soon as we head into the hills the weather changes. We headed for a climbing crag close to the town and had a good few hours climbing in the late afternoon. Given there is no campsite in ...
... late: leading to a mad dash through customs, two escalators an elevator and a shuttle to get to our connecting flight to Oviedo. Luckily, I met Supriya , who is my roommate for the Camino ,at JFK and discovered that were on the same flight. Challenge #2. My luggage didn't make it to Asturias. I didn't see my suitcase again until 10:30 pm. At least I can sleep well tonight and tell you about the first day of the journey tomorrow ...
... conducir. También,
hay muchos animales como toros, ovejas, y cabras. Las cabras estaban en las piedras
grandes en el acantilado, y los tenían un perro pastor. A pesar de todo de esta
belleza, fue un poco difícil para llegar a la ruta. Solamente hay una calle muy
pequeña, y no había ninguna barandilla protectora por el mejor del viaje, pero
sin embargo, llegaron sin peligro. Hoy, visitaron la playa otra vez, y entonces
regresaron a la escuela en Madrid justo ...
... San Salvador which would open at 10am. Perfect time to stop in a cafe for nice breakfast. My staple breakfast in Spain - tostada con mantequilla y mermerada (toast with butter and jam), orange juice and tea was great. Greg has similar but baguette with hams instead of toast.
It was raining on and off, but we knew the way to the cathedral, so it was quick. This cathedral is stunning in many ways - the ...
... in AirBnB. - currently she’s using Expedia and Booking.com and their commissions are more than 30%!
We drove the road towards Llanes. On the way, we visited a small cave, Cueva del Queso Cabrales (goat cheese cave) in Arenas de Cabrales where they explained how people there make cheese in the cave.
Llanes is a small Mediaval port town with some beaches. Lovely looking sleepy town. It must be much livelier in summer. ...