Hotel Mieres del Camino
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Na een nacht slapen is iedereen weer een beetje van de schrik bekomen en zijn de mannen klaar voor een nieuwe fiets dag. Een zware dag, misschien wel de zwaarste van deze week. Vandaag zit de col du angukais?!! Erin, wat simpelweg zegt: 21% 6 km maw doodgaan. Vandaag zijn de condities niet om over naar huis te schrijven (regen, 8 graden) en na de …
... Oops. So we get back on track after 20mins and make our way to the next stop over town, Ribadeo. I get some blogging done on the iPad, whilst Jenny nods off next to me and John and Aaron continue to navigate and drive. We get to the first town and drive to the lookout over the ocean. It gave us a beautiful Panoramic views of the ocean off of Spain. Aaron and I had some fun and did some exercise filming there for my TSNthegrind and so forth, whilst we also took in the beautiful views. ...
... at the Guggenheim museum which takes an hour or so to get to. We navigate our way there pretty easy and find public parking easily also. We walk up to the museum and notice the massive dog monument that sits out the front of it. But it's actually some sort of a flowers irrigation system in the shape of a dog. Hard to explain, but the photo explains it all. We head in around 12noon, pay the 10 euro each and get little walkie talkie sticks that explain ...
... of the promenade is a fascinating green glass sculpture, which on closer inspection turned out to be 3,200 cider bottles lit from the inside in the evening.We had a glass of wine at cafe across from a large fortress looking building, Revillagigedo Palace. The building from the 17th C was designed to look impenetrable to ward off any marauding attackers from the sea. From there we wandered through the old town to Plaza Mayor (the major ...
... don't know but partly they want to be free. I don't have that joy (stress!) as Mr Lander has mapped my journey out already....although I rebelled the first night. Last observation is that everyone gives each other space. Walking today I caught up with a couple I'd been with last night. As I came up to them they crossed the road. It might have been that my travel wash isn't as effective as I'd hoped but I think it was to give me, and them, space. Not having to talk. ...