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Travel Blogs from Oviedo
Up early today and on the road by 7:30, dark at this time but I had a wide sidewalk all the way to Colunga 3.5 Km away. Started with a t shirt and that's all I needed as I got a good pace going, had not had coffee yet but knew Colunga had some bars. Croissant and two Americano grande con leche and away we go. Just went down the street a bit and ran into Jeff and Mike who had stayed in this village, ...
... talk what stories they would tell. We are staying at a a small Albergue that only had about 7 pilgrims. We all thought we would get a great night sleep but that did not happen due to a snorer! Terry went into town for coffee and saw 3 guys on horses! They parked the horses at the bar! He saw Pepe who was the Albergue hospitalero tending the bar and shared a few words on the camino. Tomorrow we go to Luarca and ...
After a very enjoyable and delicious breakfast we headed towards Gijon. We had been warned that it was not a pretty city and to get out was nothing but industry and refineries. I can say that the way to Gijon was very pleasant we saw meadows and fruit trees. Nice horses and more cows. We ran into a man at a saw mill that was making barrels for Sidra. He explained the different woods used for wine and sidra. He said not many are being made now. We thanked him for his time and ...
... crunch. Just breathe it in, it's opulent and original. You could live happily here. It is full of life!
We happened upon this original place during the festival so it was full of people and pulsing with life. Bodegas were on every corner offering a whole range of drinks and the inevitable sellers of t-shirts, handbags and cheap bracelets were setting up as we returned to the hotel for a shower and a cup of tea!
As all the best diarists say "and so to ...
We left the bossy ladies Albergue and it was drizzling! But was a ice walk through fields of apple tress and forests. The day was back to partly cloudy with a cool breeze. We veered into Villiciciosa and it was Fiesta! We arrived just in time to watch the parade! It was short parade but the carried the Virgin Remedios they had bagpipe band and cute kids and adults dressed in traditional costumes. And of dignitaries ...
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