HQ La Galeria Hotel-Restaurant
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... Anatomy and wine so much I repeated both a few times). The museum has four floors dedicated to evolution which kept me entertained for hours, Pito on the other hand probably could of left a little earlier but was a 'good husband' and 'oohed' and 'aaghed' in the right places. One section was dedicated to the work of Charles Darwin and the evolution of the human body, including a section on neuro anatomy, I was in heaven! It even included a large brain ...
In 1996 we were in the northern slopes of the Picos de Europa, but we were not prepared to drive a caravan into these superb mountains in the borderland of Cantabria, Asturias and Castilla y León. Getting there from Burgos requires a climb over a 1350 meter pass with a steep slope going down to the valley of Potes, the main point of departure for explorations of ...
... quite a few of our Camino family today we haven't seen for a while and we all caught up for dinner tonight at an amazing bar with food to die for! Wish we could eat this good, with this service for this price in Perth. Ran into some more of our Camino friends after dinner while having coffee. A number of them are bussing 10 or more km a day and then walking. Now don't judge them that's not cheating.......the Camino can be any way you want it.
... br> The sea crossing from Australia to Asia.
Bangkok and Siagon
You can read all of the details of where we stopped along the way.
However anyone interested in knowing where to hike in the South Tyrol, especially the Dolomites will find details on some of the great hikes we did between June and late August.
Later today I hope to hear the sound of Michael O'Leary's ...
... and Rene recommended a ride through the Picos de Europa (which was already recommended by our other biker friend Mark), a group of high mountain peaks slightly inland from the ocean. We cruised through them for almost the whole day - climbing up and winding down, slowing though tiny villages which slept along the trickling river at the bases. It was like our Scottish section – stunning scenery with tiny patchy roads, only hot and no rain… and huge apathetic ...