Parador de Cangas de Onis
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- Room service
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... outside of the old town. On the top of the hill at then end of the town is the 13th C. Church of Santa Maria. We parked at a parkade beside the port and walked over the 18th C. Puente Neuva (bridge) walking up the hill to the old town. Then it was down the stone steps and through a narrow stone archway to a busy street filled with restaurants and cafes, and teeming with people. Being in a seafaring town, Jack ordered a hamburger. I had ...
... to have parking in the basement with a outlet right next to the car so charged the battery. The hotel in Gijon is a family style place right in the suburbs - no foreigners, all Spanish and mostly advanced age. This is not a young persons hotel. Went for a walk along the waterfront. It is very attractively set out, but the wind was a howling gale so not pleasant. Cut it ...
By morning we were really itching to get out of this place. Literally and metaphorically.
We took a short walk to Villaviciosa, somewhere we took a wrong turn and ended up spending most of our walk on a narrow and winding highway. It was early enough in the morning that there weren't many vehicles, but enough semi's sped by to keep us moving quickly.
From there we took a bus to Gijón, and walked from the ...
... of house #7. She opened early for us.
Pros: this hostel was cheap, like 4 euros, and had a kitchen. Cons: the walls were covered with mold, you could see the evidence of years of pilgrims passing through imprinted as a dark shadow on the mattresses, the water was not drinkable, the first person to shower used up all the hot water in the first 30 seconds, and If there was a contest for who holds the most flies per square ...
We planned on a sandwhich for dinner night, as my guide book made mention that our destination had "no food of any kind", and did not mention a hostel in the kitchen. So we stocked up on things that need not be cooked or heated. This also meant however that we had to lug around the extra weight, and food really made a big difference.