Casa Vieja del Sastre
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... and it was fantastic!! I was very moved to witness what humans painted 13000 BC!! They didn't just painted on any wall, but they found specific reliefs of the cave surface that resembles parts of the animals they wanted to paint about, then used that reliefs to give more 3 dimensional look. Very impressive...
After the tour, we checked out the museum next to it, and also checked another cave. It's not as ...
... food. Luckily we ended up in the street called El Bulevar de la Sidra (Cider Boulevard?!) where lots of cider bars are. Cool! We picked a nice looking one and got a table. I ordered a plate with cod with onions and peppers, and Greg ordered a very typical local dish Fabada Asturiana which is a stew with beans, chorizo sausages, cured pork, blood sausages. And of course cider! The waiter served us cider by pouring it from high above his head into a ...
... Even saw some wild strawberries growing.
Along the way we found many Camino signs and pilgrims on the Primitivo which is the Camino we plan to walk next year. At this stage we will do that along with the EPW. It is only a 320km walk and along with the EPW at 600km will be perfect and we get a break between as we move between Austria and Spain
The pictures can tell the story of the beauty and the ...
... to pay for tolls. (That is our justification for the armful of bags we tried to sneak into the apartment!)
Lily had to have those very cute clothes from Zara baby too. She really doesn't have any hope with her older sisters encouraging her shopping sprees!
While we are at shopping the boys plus Tess went to play skittles. That seemed way more exciting than the shops to her. Clint was glad she made that choice. They had a great time & lots ...
... fluffing around we all pile into our cars, drop the older boys to the beach. The memory I have of watching the two of them walking down the beach with their boards under their arms will always bring a smile to my face.We are all so lucky they found each other at preschool.
We head out of town for a drive. The day is overcast and rainy. Mac and Denny are our personal tour guides, pointing out ...