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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Imperion Cangas de Onis
The Imperion is in a great location near the Roman Bridge and only a short walk to shops and restaurants. We found the staff very helpful, the room very clean and quiet. Wifi reception was excellent. We would recommend this hotel.
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With 1000km to drive in 2 days to get to Logrono to meet the girls, we had a fair bit of driving to do. We drove out of Portugal along the coast to the North-west corner of Spain before heading along the north coast and stopping for the night in the seaside town of Gijon. Not much to report, we went for a wander along the shore and checked out the city before grabbing a feed and hitting the pillow around ...
It's cloudy today. Valley is filled with clouds and mists. We have more strength now and wanted to try a longer hike. We picked the hike between Tresviso and San Esteban roughly about 3.7 miles long with moderate difficulty.
The path was mostly very exposed to the deep valley and there are ropes and rails at several places. It was a bit ...
... We pretty much backtracked the way we came yesterday till Poncebos. About 30-40 min VERY scenic drive. Really, the view here is so beautiful everywhere. We stopped our car a few times just to enjoy the moments.
Poncebos has 2 of the popular attractions in the area (funicular up to Bulnes and a hike called Garganta del Cares). Parking space is very limited, so by the time we got there, people were ...
We woke up, well, to be more precise, just opened our eyes in the morning. And we shook heads. No, we still cannot venture out and fully enjoy the caves. We are feeling much better than yesterday, but we are just too weak. We went downstairs cafe for a tea and tiny bit of bread where the waiter boy was acting pretty comical (and it was a good sign that we could smile about something now. Yesterday we didn't even ...
... 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 ...