Hotel Villa de Luarca
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Villa de Luarca
Overnighted. Charming old hotel. Quiet central location. Shutters. No aircon but didn't need it.
€50 room only.
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Travel Blogs from Luarca
... a sort of pasty of flaky pastry filled with cured ham, goats cheese and tomato, as well as chunks of bramble cheesecake and almond sponge (our evening meal was sorted). The stall holder had overheard our conversation and then spoke to us in perfect English, albeit in an unusual accent, before going on to explain that his family were originally from Scotland, but he spent time growing up in Venezuela, before ...
... to put down roots on this penultimate campsite, particularly as it is clean, neat and tidy, with cycling possibilities for David being an added bonus. Tuesday was a day for laundry, grocery shopping (a great all-round supermarket called Masymas 5 minutes' drive away), cleaning and a welcome fleeting visit from Paula, Rich, Gabriel and Raph on their bikes who we had met at the previous site. The following night, forecasted ...
... start of our aclimatisation back to UK weather...
Most, if not all of the campsites are on the coast, so we headed for Cudillero as our base... but as with all good plans they can be changed!
We never did return to Cudillero after climbing so its on the list to spend more time there next time.
... as with cats like to perch up high so there were also some nests in the grass and other convenient places. I realised I had never seen seagull chicks before. totally unremarkable compared with other baby birds buy interesting none the less. We had some Kiwis staying with us in the small apartments so someone new to chat to over drinks and dinner. They were managing to drive vast distances and double back as they went places on a whim. Not quite how we are doing it. ...
... Even saw some wild strawberries growing.
Along the way we found many Camino signs and pilgrims on the Primitivo which is the Camino we plan to walk next year. At this stage we will do that along with the EPW. It is only a 320km walk and along with the EPW at 600km will be perfect and we get a break between as we move between Austria and Spain
The pictures can tell the story of the beauty and the ...