Hotel Naranjo de Bulnes
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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We arrived at Llanes and it took 5 hours to drive to Lanes. It was so boring.
When we got there we realized that there were cats.
They were so cute and there was also donkeys, cows and sheep.
The next day we went to some blow holes.
... in the hole, blow back up to them.
Small towns in winter don't open their shops and restaurants for very long periods, if at all, which can be very frustrating.
So the night we chose to eat dinner out, we walked all over the centre and found out that dinner was only open from 8pm.
So it was off to a wine bar with 3 kids to wait.
Dinner was worth the wait as it was a delicious meal of seafood and paella.
We arrived in Llanes for a four night stay.
When we got there we found a lot of animals lived in the area. Like cows, rabbits, cats, donkey's, sheep and dad and Jordan said they saw a turtle in someone's yard, which also
had emu's. We visited them every day.
I was stupid enough to jump in with the cows and got poop all over my ...
... to be shared with large buses coming in the opposite direction. We made it unscathed!!
So from prehistoric art and natural wonders to modern art we move to domestic duties, it is a treat to be connected to grid. It a spectacular day and we are in a camp with a washing machine so have washed just about everything and cleaned the van - by the end of the day we will be up to date with everything for the first time ever!!!!!!! What will we do with ...
... mountains. Stunning rockfaces and eagles everywhere amazing country. The only reason they built the 2.5km funicular which is in a tunnel through the mountain is to get the bushwalkers and climbers a fair way up the mountain. Abseil faces about 300m high. Makes our cliffs look like kindergarten jumps.
Spent part of today at San Vincene - medieaval town, huge estuary and once again more food shops than you could poke a stick at.