Hotel Arenas de Cabrales
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- Outdoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... because there are just SO many goat/sheep droppings! :) They are freely grazing on pastures in the area and obviously, it's easier for them to travel on this hiking path. We went about 80% of the way and decided to turn back. It's just very white with clouds everywhere and couldn't see anything. I also hit my shin rather ******* one of ...
... along the road. We were so lucky to snatch one of the last little spot - beauty of having a tiny car!
The tickets for funicular are rather expensive - round trip is about 21 Euros, but one way is 17 Euros - so we decided to do the one way up and hike down which apparently would take about an hour. Perfect. The ride up was nothing very special as informed since the train will just go through the ...
... we will be staying in the middle of Picos de Europa. It's another thing we were really looking forward to. Once you got off the highway, it was about 1 hour of rural windy road through little villages and amazing jaw dropping vistas. This place is stunning. We love mountains in BC, but mountains here look so different with lime stone formations, deep gorges and green meadows where horses, cows, sheep and tons of goats gazing.
... may be 20m - hanging on for grim death - slow as slow - a tourist bus goes past like a bat out of hell and so do the locals - nah, they can drive that way, if my buddy dares - I'll walk! Buddy doesn't dare, he's unnerved too but the only way is up!
See a sign (barely) - restaurant 800m - then 50m - gravel road - find car park - can't see a building - I sit in car while buddy investigates - no point two of us getting lost and falling over the edge - yes it's here and so ...
... timber on seemingly impossible vertical slopes. Not easy to take pics as there are few places to get off the road and while the speed limit maybe 70kph, we rarely do more than 50. I choose to live.
Have chosen to send two nights at these digs as we will visit the national park tomorrow and do some mountain climbing. Highest peak is over 2600m but we can't get to ...