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I had a good night’s sleep at Laura’s place, got my stuff together this morning, and left before I ever saw anyone in the house. I left my keys behind and grabbed a bus to the city center and got my Alsa bus to Oviedo. It was just a couple of hours to get here and my hotel is only a five minute …
... mix of pre-romanesque, gothic and baroque. The pre-romanesque part houses very important relics among Christians - one of them being a cloth that said to have covered Christ's face and has blood stains. Aside the relics, there are many interesting sculptures, paintings, etc everywhere.
After the cathedral, next stop is Museum of Archaeology. It was also very impressive and they had very extensive ...
... our car and dropped by a nice bakery. (Of course!) We picked up a coconut macaroon and a florentine. They were both super good! We walked around the town a bit - this is very Asturian - there are so many sidrelias around. It's basically a bar/restaurant which brew/serve fresh apple ciders. People go there to get a cider or two with some food. Maybe we should try it for dinner tonight.
Our destination today is Oviedo. The place we stay ...
... Lolly shop. Those crazy kids thought they could buy up half the shop while we were distracted talking. Lucky Clint caught them before they paid. Andrew wasn't quick enough.
We then went for churros. It is a very Spanish thing to do around 6pm. They taste amazing. We are late, it is 8:30pm. Take it from me, they do not digest well at that hour of the night. I woke during the night & felt so full & disgusting. Should have listened to Leana on that ...
... 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 ...