El Molino de Tresgrandas
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On the way back, we saw "some" view through short clearings, but mostly it was white and felt like one of the scenes from Lord of the Rings. :)
Now we are back in the room, running the laundry. Tomorrow we have to get going to the next city - Oviedo. There is one thing there that I'm looking forward to. :)
... was WOW, one of the most picturesque hikes we've done... Amazing vistas of high peaks, deep valleys and green pastures in between. We very much enjoyed the way down. Greg was already so happy that he was fine if he had to go home the next day. :)
After we got back to Poncebos, we thought about trying the other hike - Garganta del Cares - but thought we better hit the road and look for a grocery store. ...
... We didn't buy much and we didn't get anything special as we didn't know if we will have full kitchen - Just some instant chicken soup and pasta, bread, juice. We quickly made the soup with pasta. It was THE tastiest soup ever after not eating much for 1.5 day. Thank you Maggi. (hahaha)
We had a short walk around to check out strength. I could walk around but not strong yet. Hopefully I'll feel better tomorrow for some hike...
... be anything we ate that might have been tainted.
I was very sad and disappointed because today was the day to check out 2 of the most historically important caves in the world. We even had reservations made from Canada. But what can we do when we cannot even step out of our room... We ended up sleeping almost all day, only managed to walk out to a downstairs cafe to have warm cups tea and fruit juice. Hoping to feel better tomorrow so we can check out at least one ...
Good bye Basque Country, hello Cantabria!
Today we move on to a new place - Santillana del Mar. It's a small medieval town on the path of pilgrims - Camino de Santiago. As we drove, we saw many people with backpacks and walking sticks on their pilgrimage towards Santiago de Compostela. For us, it's a strategical town to check out 2 of the prehistoric caves - Altamira and Cuevas de Castillo - which we will visit tomorrow. ...