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On the last day we went to some hidden beaches.
One was a small little beach it was inside a big field.
There was no ocean but waves still crashed.
We wrote our last names in the sand. But the rude water took half of It ...
... in the hole, blow back up to them.
Small towns in winter don't open their shops and restaurants for very long periods, if at all, which can be very frustrating.
So the night we chose to eat dinner out, we walked all over the centre and found out that dinner was only open from 8pm.
So it was off to a wine bar with 3 kids to wait.
Dinner was worth the wait as it was a delicious meal of seafood and paella.
... were stopped by coloured blocks that an artist had painted.
They looked pretty awesome.
There is about 24 beaches in this area.
We also went to see some blow holes. There were about 5 or 6 of them.
Most of them made us get soaked.
Blowholes are like what whales have on the top of there head there is a circle which ...
... cavernous caves, discovered 100 years ago by the zinc and lead miners. These feature not only stalactites and stalagmites but also helictites the most delicate of cave formations and very rare. El Saplao has the most helicites known at the present time. They are spectacularly beautiful and look like a winter wonderland underground.
We drove from the mines to the foot hills of the Picos de Europa, through the most amazing gorge. The windy narrow ...
... mountains. Stunning rockfaces and eagles everywhere amazing country. The only reason they built the 2.5km funicular which is in a tunnel through the mountain is to get the bushwalkers and climbers a fair way up the mountain. Abseil faces about 300m high. Makes our cliffs look like kindergarten jumps.
Spent part of today at San Vincene - medieaval town, huge estuary and once again more food shops than you could poke a stick at.