Hotel Puerta del Oriente
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Here we are in Spain on day 10! We are getting used to the Spanish way of life, everything is slower, most things close varying times between 1.00pm and 4.00pm, not tourist attractions but most shops and services. Everything is cheaper especially food and wine. Again the produce is fantastic. This part of Spain is known for its tapas bars, of course we had to try a few, surprisingly tapas they were mostly bread based, but the toppings were many, varied ...
... 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.
... light even with a full tank. I think maybe she just didn't like the French. My search for dinosaur footprints (yes, Spain has dinosaurs!!) led us next to a quaint surfer's village called Vega. The map I'd picked up in Ribadesella guaranteed Jurassic markings here but I couldn't find them and so satisfied myself with making a tiny motorbike statue out of beach rocks instead. Stopping here for lunch at a cool surfer's bar the first rain that we had seen ...
... 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 ...
... signs that signify the route. Adrian was quite emotional at the sight of it all. Then they're gone. The whole thing takes about 15 mins to pass us by! Adrian wants to ride the climb they are about to make to so follows the route. It goes up to the pass of San Glorio, which is 17 miles up and for 90% of the time in the blistering sunshine, Not for the feint ...