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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... cavernous caves, discovered 100 years ago by the zinc and lead miners. These feature not only stalactites and stalagmites but also helictites the most delicate of cave formations and very rare. El Saplao has the most helicites known at the present time. They are spectacularly beautiful and look like a winter wonderland underground.
We drove from the mines to the foot hills of the Picos de Europa, through the most amazing gorge. The windy narrow ...
We realise we are not going to make it further west and will have to pass on Ferrol and Portugal for another year. We decide to drive towards the French border on the Spanish side of the Pyrenees. We go via some stunning scenery not least the Piedrasluengas viewpoint. A long drive and struggling to find a good campsite. We end ...
... signs that signify the route. Adrian was quite emotional at the sight of it all. Then they're gone. The whole thing takes about 15 mins to pass us by! Adrian wants to ride the climb they are about to make to so follows the route. It goes up to the pass of San Glorio, which is 17 miles up and for 90% of the time in the blistering sunshine, Not for the feint ...
Good lie in then went to a small village called La Vega to do a cycle ride up a mountain. The road is quiet and so beautiful ending up going through 2 short cool tunnels, then a dead end where there is a village called Cucayo. the route was up, up and constantly up for 12km and took me an hour and 10 mins and Adrian an hour. It was a good workout and sweaty. The hotel is lovely and they give us a local dish which I ...
Lie in, chillax, then a drive up into the mountains. La Vuelta is due through here in 2 days time and we want to see it. Adrian wants to cycle it but this stretch of La Vuelta is 200.8km long! Crazy, mega fit people!! We get a local map and follow a country road that ends up in a small village with a hotel and decide this is the cycle route for tomorrow. We then drive one of the mountain ascents ...