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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 ...
... high plain of central Spain. There were large spaces of farmland and forest, some stark cliffs and mountains. We watched an enormous dark orange October full moon rise over Zaragoza and lead us into La Rioja as rain began. We were happy to find an open café in a rest area. Then we made our way to Haro, the center of the wine area of Rioja, and poured ourselves into a hotel for the night. All the while we are thinking of Julie Gordon and ...
Entry to Llanes was spectacular. After driving 500km in 5 hrs the rain hit. 150mm in 30 mins. The town went under with police directing you away from the city. The last 10km took 1 1/2 hrs. Thank goodness the town drains quickly. The apartmentent is on the top floor with a balcony overlooking the centre of town. People watching beccomes an artform. Parking in the garage is interesting fitting the car with 50mm each side. Have to fold ...
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 ...
Eggs and Spanish baguette (pan), which is not as good as French baguette, for breakfast. Then we cycle into Potes to watch La Vuelta, good support but not as crazy as in England or France. Little writing on the roads and no yellow bikes on display. There is a break away group through first, approx 5 mins ahead of the Pelaton. Blink and you would miss them. they ...