Travel Blogs from Arenas de Cabrales
The sum of it all:
$1400 for the tour
+ 5 flights
+ 1 French Air Traffic Controller Strike
+ 8 Days
+ 3 Peaks and 2 Gorges
+ 3 repels down waterfalls
+ 13 British people
+ 7 Pints of Spanish Beer
+ 25-30° C weather and sun everyday
+ 1 Massive …
... avoid being pooped on we moved along.
Peter decided we deserved a very nice meal so we went down the way to El Barragon de Bertin Reataurant. The set, like a degustation menu, sounded interesting so we opted for that. We were not disappointed. Every course was delicious. We had gazpacho, fish croquettes, tuna with marinated vegetables, clam risotto and a delicious apple crepe. We felt we had dined, not just eaten. The waitress was ...
Ah Asturias, why are your waters warmer than southern Portugal? Anyways, this is the most expensive campground we've been too so far, but also the best view by far. You get both the ocean and the mountains from Picos de Europa. The camping is called La Paz, maybe because it's on a cliff above the ...
... with people and council workers appeared with hand made straw brooms to sweep up all the flower petals. I felt very lucky to have chanced upon this day to visit. There are lots of lovely walks in and around Llanes and it's church, Iglesia de Santa Maria, is one of the most significant waypoints on the Camino de Santiago. I walked through the marina up to the fishing port where the Cubes of Memory by ...
... to tell me it is very difficult!!Peter's shoulder and back are giving him curry, but he does soldier on! Good on him.We walked across to the cave office to see if we could split our ticket, one day the museum, the next the cave, but no, impossible! Actually, I would recommend booking a time later in the day and going to the museum first. If they allow it. Can't see a problem, but .... The museum is top class, and has explanations and models ...