Hosteria de Torazo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... around and find a parking lot and carry our bags into the town. We booked an apartment again and decided to stay in the centre of town, so we had to lug our bags about 500m or so. It was a bit of an ordeal to say the least, but we made it in one-piece, huffing and puffing. We check in and dump all our things and get comfortable. I have stomach pain so, John, Jenny and Aaron head out to the supermarket and grab the next 3 days worth of grocery supplies now that we have a ...
... salads came out which were the size of our heads combined full of blue cheese. You couldn't even see the lettuce barely. I had ordered a doozy here, as I though it would be Gouda or cheddar, not the type of cheese I couldn't digest properly! So we figure out that we didn't need to order a meal each, and in fact, could have shared. The prices now make sense. About 20mins in, it didn't even look like Jenny and I had dinted our salads, lucky we had Aaron ...
... Gijonnaise, tastes something like creme brûlée cake (with the crunchy burnt sugar glaze) only with ground almonds with a rosemary honey flavour. Super sweet but oh so yummy. No wonder my clothes are no longer fitting me. The next morning we took the opportunity to view the beautiful San Lorenzo beach that wraps around the city. It has a lovely promenade accented by colourful gardens. Very pretty. After a late start, we left for ...
Thankfully the weather forecast proved accurate and after a couple of days of low cloud and drizzle things started to improve. There are two popular walks on the north side of the Picos: the Cares gorge and the walk up to the village of Bulnes, which also gives a glimpse of the peak of the same name. There is a funicular which runs up through ...
... t find any place that served dinner before 7:30 pm. But to my delight I stumbled upon some Asturian cabrales cheese, so I bought a baguette, a bottle of Sidra and thus dinner was served.
Sleep was not to be had that night, thanks to the swarm of mosquito's in the room and a group of transformers pushing there was through the streets. So maybe not actually transformers but whatever it was had me convinced at the time.