Hotel Maria Manuela
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In the morning we went up with the cable car to the Parador de Fuente De (900m). When we got at the top it was 4 degrees and foggy. Luckily after a while some parts cleared and we could see the famous peaks. After a walk we had lunch in Potes and went for a drive just to see more of the beautiful ...
We booked a hotel in Potes to explore the national park Picos de Europa. Such a beautiful range of mountains. Potes is on the eastern side. On our way there we stopped at Cangas de Onis to get some information on trails and the park. After that we first did a walk around the Lago de la Ercina and had lunch before we continued our route to Potes where we arrived late in the ...
... before going on the trip I actually expected more places to be exactly like this if not worse, and had thus far been pleasantly surprised.
So we made a delicious dinner, and ignored the fact that the only cleaning agent was a damp cloth that smelled like sour milk, I figured if I just boiled and sauteed enough the heat would kill whatever organisms lived on the dishes.
Another food truck made a stop, and their ...
... the walk on to San Esteban de Leces was a long gradual uphill, that we spend in direct sun. I rememer just being so freaking hot. Luckily our Uncle Darren was having a birthday today, as me and Abby passed the time making up a birthday song for him. This provided enough distraction and humor to push us all up the never ending hill.
The hostel here was ...
... I think the relaxing atmosphere, some beach time and wine did us some good because we actually stayed and socialized for a while, something I usually didn't have the energy to do by the end of the day! We also happened to be staying with people who all spoke English, usually it was quite the mix of languages with varying degrees of Spanish competency in common. So it was nice, we shared wine and swapped Camino stories.