El Jardin de Carrejo Hotel
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We arrived at Llanes and it took 5 hours to drive to Lanes. It was so boring.
When we got there we realized that there were cats.
They were so cute and there was also donkeys, cows and sheep.
The next day we went to some blow holes.
... of the Pyrenees mountains.
Our days were filled with exploring and trying to find the numerous tiny and hidden beaches scattered around this area.
The most interesting and unusual was the one where we parked, walked across a grassy field towards a cliff and found a beach, surrounded on all sides by rock cliffs and grass fields.
But somehow the waves found there way through the rocks to form a small beach.
We arrived in Llanes for a four night stay.
When we got there we found a lot of animals lived in the area. Like cows, rabbits, cats, donkey's, sheep and dad and Jordan said they saw a turtle in someone's yard, which also
had emu's. We visited them every day.
I was stupid enough to jump in with the cows and got poop all over my ...
... for Art Galleries. Gayle spent a delightful 2-3 hours in The Cristobel Balenciaga Museum at Getaria, the fashionista among you will know of his significant influence in the world of fashion and especially haute couture. The museum follows his career for some 50 years when he retired at the height of his fame after producing the trend setting “minimalist” designs in the 1960’s.
The Guggenheim in Bilbao was a treat both inside ...
... has called this country house their only permanent home, a place they bought to spend part of the summers while living in St. Helena, California for several years. From the yard, in the distance, you can see two of the Santander lighthouses across the bay. The neighboring famers had just plowed and the smell of Cantabrian cows was pungent. The remains of fall figs still hung on the trees; the cracks in the plaster of the old house, according ...