Hotel-Apartamentos de Montana Uson
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... original goal of 90 percent renewables is unlikely to be reached anytime soon.
There was a chapel at the top of the Perdon mountain range until the middle of the 19th century. According to tradition, when pilgrims reached the summit they obtained forgiveness for their sins and their spiritual health was guaranteed for the rest of their journey. I wonder if this means that I have now wiped ...
Boldly going forward we set off east towards Ponferrada, then onto Astorga, Leon and finally Burgos. The road between Ponferrada and Astorga was part of the Camino de Santiago route again, albeit in the opposite direction, and involved traversing some pretty gnarly backroads by European standards. This was a road that Peter hated but for me was pure heaven - a good demonstration of the difference between riding an adventure bike or a ...
... Paul struggled the pretence of enjoying desert . Wednesday night It seems to take double the time for us to get anywhere even when we don't get lost . The pseudo Japanese tourist I'm travelling with has to stop for photo opportunities at every turn it seems . Non the less we are now high up in the Pyrenees and it is worthy of photos , also Pail is slightly forgiven his photographic obsessions because he has booked us into ...
San sabastian was wonderful ,the weather is borderline hot and the beaches are fantastic . We had a swim and I was tempted to join in with locals for some topless sun baking but Paul always has his camera attached to his hand so I thought it a little risky . We trecked up to see the giant statue of Jesus and I felt I deserved the ice cream when we got ...
... the day. These all work differently. Some involve collecting a ticket at the start and then having to pay at the end while some seemed to involve an advance payment. Some toll booths are manned while others have a Shute to throw coins into. Some have card access and some don't. It's quite confusing or at least was for us. The only real muck up was failed attempts to use a MasterCard and then having to call for help via an intercom, all the time watching a growing line of ...