Arcea el Sella
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We arrived at Llanes and it took 5 hours to drive to Lanes. It was so boring.
When we got there we realized that there were cats.
They were so cute and there was also donkeys, cows and sheep.
The next day we went to some blow holes.
... in the hole, blow back up to them.
Small towns in winter don't open their shops and restaurants for very long periods, if at all, which can be very frustrating.
So the night we chose to eat dinner out, we walked all over the centre and found out that dinner was only open from 8pm.
So it was off to a wine bar with 3 kids to wait.
Dinner was worth the wait as it was a delicious meal of seafood and paella.
... almost got stuck.
We visited a couple of the weirdest beaches on earth.
One beach was covered by rock and was in the middle of a field, the ocean wasn't near us but waves still crashed into the beach area.
I climbed over the rocks into the middle of the water! :)
We went to a port area in Llanes the waves were coming ...
... of Time” by Richard Serra, features eight sculptures made of “weathering steal” each larger than a small house, you walk through and around them and they too are amazing.
Stephen’s treat was a “conveyer bridge,” “a work of art in engineering with more than 100 years of history” crossing the river at Getxo, Portugalete on the out skirts of Bilbao. This bridge had been working 24 hours 365 days nonstop ...
Here eating is a way of life. There are restaurants and cafes everywhere. It makes you wonder how that many can survive. Businesses open from 10-12. Lunch goes from 12 - 2 and then the shops reopen and go from 4 - 10pm. Hard to get used to. They start dinner about 9pm even the kids about 1-3.
We found a funicular in the alps (50km away) up to a local monastery and small bckwoods villag and saw the back end ...