Gran Hotel Las Caldas
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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. :)
... below their waist. It's in a manner that quite a bit of cider got splashed out of the glass. How wasteful! It tastes hmm... fermented. :) The food was great. But I have one complain. Lots of things in Spain so far are very salty. I like salty stuff but this is way too much, I feel. I need a litre of water each meal!
After dinner, we got back, took a warm bath (it was cold today!) and now ready to sleep. Tomorrow will be action packed!
... meal is definately in the top 3.
I know that no one is going to believe it but Clint and Dan actually left roasted potatoes on their plates - because they were too full!!! Unprecedented. Never ever has that happened before.
Dan was a little disadvantaged by a cultural error. He ordered his entree and main meal but was then confused by a complimentary appetizer that he assumed was the entree. So, when they brought out the entree, he thought ...
... 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 ...
... help thinking that they will continue detoriating, but I suppose it is amazing that any part of them remain. Then on to the cathedral, where 6 kings Spanish are buried. We tried the local cider in Oviedo, which has to be poured with the bottle as far as possible from the glass to aerate the drink, quite a feet, & tasty cider, this made our group a lot more jovial, but it's not the alcohol content or quantity, it was the fun watching the waiter pour without watching either ...