Hotel Quinta Duro
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... as the earlier one, but the cave itself is like a big concert hall (size) with lots of stalagmites and stalactites. It was as if I got into the scenes from Indiana Jones or Goonies! :)
After the cave adventures, we walked around the town of Ribadesella, grabbed some food and Churros con Chocolate (yes!!), and further walked around along seawall.
We are now back in the room. Tired but content. :)
... below their waist. It's in a manner that quite a bit of cider got splashed out of the glass. How wasteful! It tastes hmm... fermented. :) The food was great. But I have one complain. Lots of things in Spain so far are very salty. I like salty stuff but this is way too much, I feel. I need a litre of water each meal!
After dinner, we got back, took a warm bath (it was cold today!) and now ready to sleep. Tomorrow will be action packed!
... more and oh my goodness - there is a restaurant in a cave - a must do coffee place on the way back - never had coffee in a cave even if it is freezing outside - Covadonga is a mountain tourist village much like any other except the architecture and scenery is out of this world! We then discover the 'restaurant' in the cave is actually a church! Wow!
Start heading up the mountain to get to the lakes and have a look before we move off to a climb. Stop at a couple of places ...
... New to Airbnb and will give him a great wrap.
Massive two bedroom right on the river looking out to the mountains. 20mins from the park. Cooked a fab baked perch with baked peppers and salad with cream of asparagus soup for dinner. Yuuuuummmmoooo! Our food! Get to cook brekky and we will pack lunch tomorrow for the climb.
Again the pics can tell you about our ...
... the main and ate 3 bowls of the octopus and potato soup. Then when the ribs and roast potato main meal arrived, he was bulging at the seams. Lucky he has a separate stomach for dessert.
It was such a wonderful experience & a favourite memory of Gijon. We will be dreaming about that meal for years to come.
After lunch the skies had cleared a little, so we walked that lunch off to get a photo at the Gijon sign. I wanted the pic, so everyone ...