Sercotel Ciudad de Oviedo
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... around and find a parking lot and carry our bags into the town. We booked an apartment again and decided to stay in the centre of town, so we had to lug our bags about 500m or so. It was a bit of an ordeal to say the least, but we made it in one-piece, huffing and puffing. We check in and dump all our things and get comfortable. I have stomach pain so, John, Jenny and Aaron head out to the supermarket and grab the next 3 days worth of grocery supplies now that we have a ...
... us out, as John had enough on his plate to cure famine haha. The waiter comes around and asks in Spanish if we need anything else and we all in synchrony squeak "no!" Haha. We were rolling ourselves out of the restaurant and making our way straight to the bed to lay down and rest it out. We get back to the hotel, make a plan for the next few days and say our good nights. Aaron and I spend a little more time up in bed online before crashing out by ...
... of the promenade is a fascinating green glass sculpture, which on closer inspection turned out to be 3,200 cider bottles lit from the inside in the evening.We had a glass of wine at cafe across from a large fortress looking building, Revillagigedo Palace. The building from the 17th C was designed to look impenetrable to ward off any marauding attackers from the sea. From there we wandered through the old town to Plaza Mayor (the major ...
By morning we were really itching to get out of this place. Literally and metaphorically.
We took a short walk to Villaviciosa, somewhere we took a wrong turn and ended up spending most of our walk on a narrow and winding highway. It was early enough in the morning that there weren't many vehicles, but enough semi's sped by to keep us moving quickly.
From there we took a bus to Gijón, and walked from the ...
... and hacked and didn't really see a decrease in the fly population.
One might think we all suddenly had a mild case of turrets, constantly twitching, swatting, blinking, the natural motions to bugs landing on you. Getting ready for bed was a procedure, making sure we had a full body barrier between ourselves and the ghost's of pilgrim's past, and zipping up our bags to cocoon ourselves from the outside environment of flies.