Casa Vieja del Sastre
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... of the excursion listed lunch as lasting two hours.
Now it was time to work off some of that meal with the walking tour of Oviedo.
The highlight was the Cathedral de San Salvador de Oviedo.
Although construction began in the 13th century, it took 300 years to complete, and even then, they never got around to finishing the second steeple. Our guide said ...
... it was a smaller cup and take-away. The children amazed us. From about 2 years of age, they scoot around on various types of pedal-less bikes and scooters. And, they are incredibly active; everywhere, they are running and climbing and jumping, with parents passively observing. I did not see one obese child; coincidence? Tomorrow is La Coruna. I do not know how long I can keep up this ...
... took the frequently-stopping regional FEVE train to Cudillero, a picturesque fishing village on the Asturian coast. Here the houses, painted in varying pastel shades, cascade down to a tiny port on a narrow inlet. Keen to get in some beach time, we headed out to the lookout, La Garita, perched high above the harbour and continued to the fine, sandy Playa de Aguilar.
There's some gorgeous country in southwest Asturias. The ...
We had a very unsettled spell over three days including a prolonged thunderstorm one night, but yesterday (Saturday) dawned sunny and brighter as forecasted so we picked upon a suggestion from a tourist office leaflet to go inland and explore highland villages. Like Scotland, many are now abandoned and in ruins, the scenery was stunning but still sustains the grazing of livestock, including horses. Beyond the village ...
... in and stayed for most of Wednesday, making it our wettest day so far since it didn't really let up until evening, when David was able to make the meatball bolognese on the Cadac under the shelter of the awning. We didn't venture off-site at all so cabin fever began to set in, we read, googled and nodded off and on throughout the day. Despite this, we were still ready for bed by ten, but that may have had more to do ...