La Ermita de Deva
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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... 2pm and we're all getting hungry, so we drive into the small town, which would have been the size of my palm I swear, and find a small restaurant. We head in and speak Spanish as we figure English is not going to be spoken here. They provide us a menu all in Spanish and John and Jenny ask the waiter if we speaks English, thats a big no. So we laugh together about how we are going to order food we actually like and understand what it is. Jenny and I stuck to something safe and ...
... even with the guided explanations haha. Basquiet produced most of his artwork through inspired graffiti and newspaper articles which covered history, black and white racial wars, and political up roars in general. Looking at his artwork just makes you realise how different people's minds are, and that what they see is different to you. I walked from painting to painting and we all spent roughly 2 hours in this place. I looked at my watch and we ...
... but had a small beer. From there we diverted back to the main highway for Gijon (pronounced thee-hon, the hon sounding like a guttural cough). Arriving in Gijon, we decided to park in a public parking area near the beach and walk to our hotel rather than navigate narrow one way streets and impossibly small hotel parking garages (we're getting smarter as we roll along - damn those mid-size not compact cars). Our hotel Santa Rosa, ...
... drawings and instead majored on the state of their hearts...and feet. Met my first proper pilgrims walking my way and staying at my albergue. In their mid 60's. I was feeling good as I was slightly faster than them until I discovered that they'd started in Belgium. It's probably unpilgrim like but bloody hell! Got to a really lovely albergue. Part of an old monastery which is being renovated. It was like turning up to the apocryphal Spanish unbuilt hotel ...
We docked in the Spanish town of Gijon (pronounced HEE-chon) but we had done a bit of research and decided there would be nothing of interest for us here.
So we booked a cruise excursion named “The Best of Aviles and Oviedo.”
It didn’t start out very well.
The town of Aviles doesn’t really have much to offer to outsiders.
Our guide, Patricia ...