La Cepada Hotel
Travel Blogs from Cangas de Onis
... br> 17/5. Up early for our drive to Haro - capital of Rioja wine country. Stopped off at bottom of mountain for morning tea with English wild flower expert we met last year in the Dolomites. By amazing co- incidence he arrived here yesterday . He and his wife are staying in little village (Tama) down in the valley. Had just settled down for our cuppa when a cacophony of noise broke out. It was livestock market day. All entrances to the town were closed as cattle and ...
... we headed off on a very steep approximately 10kms walk behind the village which took us closer to the snow-capped mountains and magnificent valley views. Again. based on advice from the owners and translator we spent the next day at what would have to be one of the most beautiful places in the world - Los Lagos near the village of Covadonga. There were 2 glacial lakes set amongst the Picos' steep rocky mountains with grass fields that ran right to the ...
... park. We drive past hills covered with pink Erica, bare, jagged rocks hovering over green mountainsides, steep crevices.
The park has some beautiful trails past along small streams, quaint hamlets and lone farms. It's pretty quiet now, but in summer it should be crowded, hikers walking the paths in droves. Glad we made the detour over the mountains. ...
... a bit rough around the edges but very close to Barcelona, so we decided to stay as they had spare places. With the exception of people setting off fireworks, blowing air horns during the night and the 2014 winner of Spains rudest receptionist competition trying to keep my passport, the first sleep went well and we woke up excited about hitting the city. Since I was a child I remember looking at books about Antoni Gaudi, wishing one day I would be able to go to Barcelona to see all ...
were aimed for a town that had a Cider Museum and tours (Asturias is
famed for it's Cider) but unfortunately closed...booohoo, so drive on
to Gijon, where we will be catching our ferry from. But it forces us
to spend a little more down time too which is certainly not a bad
thing. A Big Brash City with a very charming and pretty old town, we spent a fair bit of time on our bikes just cruising around, eating ...
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