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We hear the alarm for 8am and get ready, shower and pack before meeting John and Jenny for breakfast at 9am. I look out the window and it's still pitch black, mornings are depressing in Spain. Lucky the sun doesn't go down until 7:30pm, so you don't lose too much of your day. We head down at 9am and see John and Jenny already tucking into some breakfast. We are finished within the hour, head up to our rooms to clean our teeth and grab our bags. We head off and check out by 10am. We ...
... here for one night, so there isn't much to offer food wise. We decide I a restaurant and head on in. I speak Spanish to the waiter who seats us at a 4 person table and gives us menus in Spanish. Usually it's easy to depict what it is, but even Aaron and I were having a hard time understanding the full detail of it all. We ask him if he speaks English, and he tells us very little, but provides us with an English menu, perfect. Jenny and I order 2x ...
... but had a small beer. From there we diverted back to the main highway for Gijon (pronounced thee-hon, the hon sounding like a guttural cough). Arriving in Gijon, we decided to park in a public parking area near the beach and walk to our hotel rather than navigate narrow one way streets and impossibly small hotel parking garages (we're getting smarter as we roll along - damn those mid-size not compact cars). Our hotel Santa Rosa, ...
... A bit different from enjoying a pint of Strongbow at your local pub...
Sophie was delighted when we discovered Calle de los Vinos on a Monday night where we embarked on a 'wine and tapas crawl' at ridiculously low prices. Sam was equally ecstatic when he got to feast on the massive Asturian 'cachopo' (breaded veal stuffed with ham, cheese and vegetables). Amazing!
Onward bus to Elciego, La Rioja, via Logrono, 6 hours.
... to our place Hostal Brasas in about 10 minutes. We wanted to get there early to run errands, as we needed to get to the post office to pick up our stuff we sent ahead in Santander, and send it a bit further to Santiago.
Being that we got there early, I think it was before 8 am, our hostess had told us just to call her when we got there and she would open up and get us checked in. This sweet old lady in her bathrobe ...