Bufon de Arenillas
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- Non-smoking hotel
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- Breakfast Available
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On the way back, we saw "some" view through short clearings, but mostly it was white and felt like one of the scenes from Lord of the Rings. :)
Now we are back in the room, running the laundry. Tomorrow we have to get going to the next city - Oviedo. There is one thing there that I'm looking forward to. :)
Feeling a little better this morning. Thought we would be ready for some hike today. Since we had to drive to do some grocery shopping for the next couple of days, we decided to try the funicular up from Poncebos to Bulnes and enjoy the view from there. Maybe try a hike or two around. Actually that's one of the things the owner of our room said too touristy. But who cares. We're here only once, we want to do it. ...
... a couple of times to admire the view. I could hear just the wind humming through grasses, cow bells far away and occasional goats calling each other. So peaceful. The air is so clean, I couldn't help but wonder whether it will clean our toxins as well.
This tiny village of Tresviso is at the end of the world. No road goes further other than trekking paths. Everybody knows everybody, and swinging by the one and only bar in the ...
...'twas a nightmare... really. I think it was about 3 am or so when I started feeling a bit of nausea. But I thought I could just sleep through and it will pass. Wrong! An hour later, I just had to go throw up. Greg was the same. He thought it's because we ate too much, but I knew something else was up. I've never experienced this before. We both felt pretty weak and feverish. We think it was a salad we shared for dinner the night before. Or actually ...
... We chose a small restaurant with stone walls and ordered different plates to share - big salad (We haven't been eating enough veggies), local Cantabrian cheese plate, Iberico hams and croquettes. They were all very delicious. The town looks mysterious after dark. Empty cobblestone passages are rather eerie and moody. Especially now that weather is changing and it's been cold and windy. Hopefully it won't be very cold tomorrow...