Celuisma las Lomas
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... as the earlier one, but the cave itself is like a big concert hall (size) with lots of stalagmites and stalactites. It was as if I got into the scenes from Indiana Jones or Goonies! :)
After the cave adventures, we walked around the town of Ribadesella, grabbed some food and Churros con Chocolate (yes!!), and further walked around along seawall.
We are now back in the room. Tired but content. :)
It was a rainy morning. We thought about possibly squeezing in one short hike before leaving Picos de Europa but hmm it’s a no-go. We had breakfast and packed our belongings. When we opened the door to load things to our car, there she was, the little cat was waiting for us. Awwww… She jumped into our room and walked around us meowing. I wish we could take her home!!!! We went to the owner to say good-bye and also recommended her to post ...
... Just as we arrived the weather turned again so we all took shelter until it passed. We got the photo and headed back to the apartment.
Clint, Meg & I went back to pack up our apartment - how do we manage to unravel into such a mess in 3 days! I am grateful to have had a washing machine so we are hitting the road again with a full stock of clean clothes.
Leana arrives to tell me that Lily is awake & hungry.
After I feed Lily we head ...
... 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 ...
... the middle of it you can hear the ocean really well like in a seashell. Other than that, we went and saw the Roman Termas (or baths). They were small but cool to see. They sorta went through the Spanish Civil War so they weren't very well preserved for but they didn't even find them until a church got blown up and they found ...