Hotel Rural La Lluriga
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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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. :)
... view. In about 6-7 min, we reached the top. From there, we walked a bit to get to the village of Bulnes. It's a very lovely small village next to a small stream and seems to be just living off tourism because in this tiny village, there were roughly about 6-7 bars/restaurants! With about 15-20 min hike up from the village, we could see Naranjo de Bulnes - majestic looking limestone peak - far away.
... a couple of times to admire the view. I could hear just the wind humming through grasses, cow bells far away and occasional goats calling each other. So peaceful. The air is so clean, I couldn't help but wonder whether it will clean our toxins as well.
This tiny village of Tresviso is at the end of the world. No road goes further other than trekking paths. Everybody knows everybody, and swinging by the one and only bar in the ...
... 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 ...
... timber on seemingly impossible vertical slopes. Not easy to take pics as there are few places to get off the road and while the speed limit maybe 70kph, we rarely do more than 50. I choose to live.
Have chosen to send two nights at these digs as we will visit the national park tomorrow and do some mountain climbing. Highest peak is over 2600m but we can't get to ...