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... through St Vicente de la barquera. There is a huge river and bridge. We then drove via Unquera to Potes in the Picos del Europa. We saw snow on the mountains and the rivers were full. Eagles flew above Potes. The boys and I camped here. Corry thought the mountains were beautiful...... You will not be disappointed if you visited this area. Corry had a good soak in the bath before we ventured forth. The hotel was ...
... Usually after 2 hours there's not many left though. But it was a lot of fun, and I met two guys from Poland who were giving me information on Krakow which I will be visiting in December.
Friday we had our family dinner. We call our AHA group a family since there's only 9 of us, and we act like a family. We went to Tierra Astur, which is a traditional Asturian restaurant. All of us got dressed up since it's the last weekend we are all ...
... perhaps a perfect anecdote to the sterile cities and suburbs we often find ourselves in.
It's a shame that it was overcast today because a lot of the photos didn't come out so well in the mediocre light.
I reached Villaviciosa pretty early and found it had no albergue and camping was far off, so I rode uphill into the countryside about 8km to a monastery (Monestario de Valdedios). Apparently, no monks ...
... and over 110 km.
The albergue I stayed in was nice and unusual, housed in but separate from the train station in Llanes. At each one I stay in, I meet a group of people who are largely walking at the same pace and therefore know everyone else and have formed little groups. Thus, they are happy to see someone new and are eager to talk. I suppose this happens more now in the off season than in the more crowded ...
... river that went through The Picos de Europa. Which is a huge mountain range through Asturias, the region I'm staying in. It was so peaceful, and we kayaked for 10 miles through the winding river along mountains. The river was shallow in some spots, so we had to get out and push the kayak otherwise we just kind of shimmied the kayak through. At parts there were mini rapids, but it was so much fun!
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- Continental Breakfast
- Pets allowed