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With 1000km to drive in 2 days to get to Logrono to meet the girls, we had a fair bit of driving to do. We drove out of Portugal along the coast to the North-west corner of Spain before heading along the north coast and stopping for the night in the seaside town of Gijon. Not much to report, we went for a wander along the shore and checked out the city before grabbing a feed and hitting the pillow around ...
... couple were drinking this un-labelled bottled stuff that the bar person uncorks and gives you a pourer for it. They pour it from a height down into glass tumblers....... another subject to investigate.I had seen the glass bottles in Santiago Mercado at 3 for €12.00 but I was afraid I'd end up with gearbox oil or something useless.
Early night tonight as drive tomorrow for Santander area is going to be 2.5 hours again. You cannot be tired if you are driving a motorhome across more ...
... the sucker ( literally) out by his head, washed thoroughly with warm soapy water and applied a topical antibiotic to the site. I had my queries answered at ATT and started home. I couldn't resist running into Rite Aid as I passed in front of it. I asked the pharmacist if there was something else I should do. " Yes, he said. Get yourself to a doctor and get an antibiotic immediately." But I was leaving for Spain at 5. " All ...
Hoy un grupo de
nosotros regresamos de nuestro viaje a Los Picos de Europa, en la costa norte de
España. Los picos de Europa es un parque nacional que está situado justo al
lado de la playa, con acantilados increíbles y muchas flores silvestres. Allí, puede
encontrar las montañas grandísimas y el paisaje más bello. Para ir al parque
nacional, alquilaron un coche y condujeron por 5 horas el domingo, el 31 de
mayo. Si te gustan viajes del coche, esto es una hermosa ...
... mix of pre-romanesque, gothic and baroque. The pre-romanesque part houses very important relics among Christians - one of them being a cloth that said to have covered Christ's face and has blood stains. Aside the relics, there are many interesting sculptures, paintings, etc everywhere.
After the cathedral, next stop is Museum of Archaeology. It was also very impressive and they had very extensive ...