- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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. :)
... We pretty much backtracked the way we came yesterday till Poncebos. About 30-40 min VERY scenic drive. Really, the view here is so beautiful everywhere. We stopped our car a few times just to enjoy the moments.
Poncebos has 2 of the popular attractions in the area (funicular up to Bulnes and a hike called Garganta del Cares). Parking space is very limited, so by the time we got there, people were ...
... for that), but other than that, we slept again till noon which is a check-out time.
Soon the time came and we had to move on. Fortunately there was a pharmacy right behind the building (wish we knew!), we could get some baby food in jars and some probiotics the pharmacist recommended. The Altamira cave is SO close by, but we decided to move on. We should come back to visit there on our route back to Bilbao.
For the next ...
... 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 ...
... We chose a small restaurant with stone walls and ordered different plates to share - big salad (We haven't been eating enough veggies), local Cantabrian cheese plate, Iberico hams and croquettes. They were all very delicious. The town looks mysterious after dark. Empty cobblestone passages are rather eerie and moody. Especially now that weather is changing and it's been cold and windy. Hopefully it won't be very cold tomorrow...