Casona del Sella
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- Continental Breakfast
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
... light even with a full tank. I think maybe she just didn't like the French. My search for dinosaur footprints (yes, Spain has dinosaurs!!) led us next to a quaint surfer's village called Vega. The map I'd picked up in Ribadesella guaranteed Jurassic markings here but I couldn't find them and so satisfied myself with making a tiny motorbike statue out of beach rocks instead. Stopping here for lunch at a cool surfer's bar the first rain that we had seen ...
... and then. The funny thing was every time we get close to a cape, strong gust come with big swell and breaking waves which made us a little uncomfortable; then as soon as we pass the wind drops and sea calms a little as if it was trying to tell us something?!? The most amazing scene was just before entering the bay of Gijon, this long fish jumped out of the wave then dived into another! Perhaps that was the welcome ...
... bus ride was about 45 minutes, and we saw lots of people riding pushbikes up the hill. Every year there is a cycling race up that hill, like a mini Tour de France. After we had walked up the track to the viewing point and taken some photos, we walked back down a different track, then had lunch at a café at the bottom of the track we went down. After we’d had lunch we walked around for a while, and then caught the bus back to our station, ...
The drive out of Zarautz was really something. It took us along the coast and through lots of coastal towns and ports. The coastline is so beautiful and the drive reminded us of The Great Ocean Road. Unfortunately we hit a road block with our car and needed to stop soon to either give it a rest or have someone look it at. We seriously couldn't have been more unluckily lucky...we pulled off the freeway as soon as we saw a quiet beach so we could park for the night and ended up ...