Posada El Bosque
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... to be shared with large buses coming in the opposite direction. We made it unscathed!!
So from prehistoric art and natural wonders to modern art we move to domestic duties, it is a treat to be connected to grid. It a spectacular day and we are in a camp with a washing machine so have washed just about everything and cleaned the van - by the end of the day we will be up to date with everything for the first time ever!!!!!!! What will we do with ...
Here eating is a way of life. There are restaurants and cafes everywhere. It makes you wonder how that many can survive. Businesses open from 10-12. Lunch goes from 12 - 2 and then the shops reopen and go from 4 - 10pm. Hard to get used to. They start dinner about 9pm even the kids about 1-3.
We found a funicular in the alps (50km away) up to a local monastery and small bckwoods villag and saw the back end ...
... east to west along the north coast. This had me singing the Irish classic "oh I wish I was on the N17" inside my helmet, substituting the road name appropriately, as I whizzed past cyclists and hikers along the pilgrim's trail to Santiago. I have to give credit to Tinkerbell at this point as she really has 'manned up' following the dramas of the early days of the trip. She has been running like a dream since arriving in Spain, save for the odd flash of a ...
... Macdonalds in Jaca to use the free Wifi and find Camping Ain. It's dark when we get there and very quiet, a small bar, we don't set everything up cos there is loads of lightening, never seen so much at once, it lights up the sky like a laser show. Then comes the rain but we are tucked up by then so no worries. Saprano's it is ...
Eggs and Spanish baguette (pan), which is not as good as French baguette, for breakfast. Then we cycle into Potes to watch La Vuelta, good support but not as crazy as in England or France. Little writing on the roads and no yellow bikes on display. There is a break away group through first, approx 5 mins ahead of the Pelaton. Blink and you would miss them. they ...