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On the last day we went to some hidden beaches.
One was a small little beach it was inside a big field.
There was no ocean but waves still crashed.
We wrote our last names in the sand. But the rude water took half of It ...
Llanes, at the top of Spain was a stopover that surprised us with its quiet, relaxing village life, dramatic views of the mountain range and interesting coastline with its many inlets and beaches.
The quaint apartment was in a small village that was surrounded by farms with an abundance of animals including cows, donkeys, emus, turtles and lots of cats for the kids to try to pat.
It was also inspiring waking up to the most ...
... water mist.
But it is really waves crashing through underground tunnels which came up to the surface and
blew out mist.
My sister was a bit scared. It was so good, that we went back the day after to see them again.
I really enjoyed Llanes because it was different it was like in the outback with tonnes of
... truly educational and enjoyable museum of natural history. Made us feel pretty special that we had all the mod cons and little need for much else. They probably thought the same way.
The town of Comillas has one of, if not the first house that Gaudi designed – quirky but lovely and very liveable; he designed the house so that those living in it would follow the sun all day.
Another set of caves brings us up to date, Cueva el ...
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 ...