Posada Restaurante Casa Maximo

Address: \N, Espinama, Cantabria, 39588, Spain | Hotel
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    Lazy day in Potes...

    A travel blog entry by adventuremoto on Sep 08, 2015

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    ... worst moment for this issue I would have to be sharper in future or it would be a very short trip. As my head torch died last night - a good excuse to visit all the outdoor gear shops in town - (yep one...) unfortunately it was siesta time, later. Now some would say that the Spanish are lazy! I would say that maybe they have their priorities right. And perhaps Anglo Saxons living in warm climates have it wrong. A short rode ...

    Santander to Picos de Europa ...

    A travel blog entry by adventuremoto on Sep 07, 2015

    1 comment, 12 photos

    Reflecting on the departure from Plymouth I found it hard to believe that well after the scheduled departure time more bikes, cars and campers were still boarding the Ferry. Perhaps the departure time is just indicative... Interesting afternoon and evening on the ferry - met and chatted to several bikers. A mechanic from up north shared loads of Picos de Europa routes with me and loaded to my GPS from SD card, he also changed a few of the settings which was ...

    Thunderstorms, Rioja and Mick Gets Lost

    A travel blog entry by dave.coleman on Aug 31, 2015

    8 photos

    ... while. We are at the back of the lowest deck so almost last to get off. Eventually our turn comes and we head off up onto the wharf. Passport check are perfunctory and we set off on the Spanish adventure.

    It should have been easy to get out of the town and onto the coast road leading west towards the Picos National Park. But a combination of traffic lights and my inattention means that within five minutes I ...

    The Picos: Saving the best 'til last?

    A travel blog entry by lynnib on Aug 08, 2015

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... path provides a safe route for walkers such as ourselves. This is an impressive feat of engineering, clinging to the cliff face and tunnelling through rock. Although the track is fairly flat, wide enough for two side-by-side, generally good surface, it is not ideal for sufferers of vertigo. Indeed, we encountered many who seemed to shift 'lanes' on approaching us to be on the safer inside edge away from the precipitous drop. There are a number of bridges, arches ...

    Garganta del Cares

    A travel blog entry by wildkriv on Aug 07, 2015

    11 photos

    ... we passed through a series of low, wet tunnels to emerge at the end of the gorge among the meadows of Cain.

    A tremendous day.

    A final culinary speciality of the Picos is the ultra-tangy blue cheeses made with untreated cow's-milk cheese and matured in mountain caves. Sophie quite enjoyed trying these; Sam rather less so.

    Onward bus to Oviedo, via Arenas de Cabrales and Cangas de Onis, to Oviedo - 2.5hrs.