Arcea Hotel Mirador de la Franca
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- Tennis Court
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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In the morning we went up with the cable car to the Parador de Fuente De (900m). When we got at the top it was 4 degrees and foggy. Luckily after a while some parts cleared and we could see the famous peaks. After a walk we had lunch in Potes and went for a drive just to see more of the beautiful ...
We booked a hotel in Potes to explore the national park Picos de Europa. Such a beautiful range of mountains. Potes is on the eastern side. On our way there we stopped at Cangas de Onis to get some information on trails and the park. After that we first did a walk around the Lago de la Ercina and had lunch before we continued our route to Potes where we arrived late in the ...
We ran into our first "Nes Cafe" instant coffee machine here at this hostel. We enjoyed a few minutes this morning sitting on the back patio waking up with a cup of coffee. We grabbed out sandwhiches out of the fridge and ate them on the go. We made our way out of Poo and made a pit stop in Ribadesella as we were out of food and hungry by this time.
... to pour and drink Sidra. Quite a talent that Ryan actually got okay with, spilling less and less every time ;)
While me and mom were outside relaxing in the shade, and drinking complimentary chamomile tea, I started talking to the cook, and she offered to make us some sandwiches to go for tomorrows breakfast. Only cost us a few bucks and she came through, very nice of her.
As always we made it down ...
We had some coffee and cookies at the hostel before leaving this morning. During our breakfast we met an older gentleman from Scotland, who had accomplished in 6 weeks what we had in 2 weeks. He was a little shaky and walked with a shuffle. He told us stories of taking an hour to get down a muddy hill because he was worried about slipping, spending the night in the woods and making a shelter because of ...