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His charismatic valleys and mountains, its distinctive green, its wonderful cuisine and even their “cows” make a single region of Asturias in Spain when it comes to accommodations, is the time of year that is. And if you are someone who has fallen in love with the people of Doctor Mateo, already have your next getaway destination: Asturias.

Following the directions of the brochure “Corners of Asturias” prepared by the Government of Asturias (what you can get at any tourism office Asturian) we divided the community 14 areas indicating the most characteristic of each, and we stay where we: Read the rest of this entry »

As dije in my previous post about Oviedo, A couple of weeks ago I received an invitation from a cottage in Asturias called Villa Las Mimosas, and as I was treated so well I think the least I can do is dedicate this post (Isabel thanks again for inviting us to sleep in your beautiful home)

The Villa Las Mimosas is a rural house 5 km de Oviedo, in Bueño. If you have seen the movie Ashes of Heaven will sound area, and surely way veais famous film center. Area, as imaginaréis, are typical Asturian: mountains, valleys and lots of green. Read the rest of this entry »

Two weekends ago I was in Oviedo, one of those cities you always want to come back, because you always have something to see or do. This was now the third time visiting the city, although it was the first that made it in Mardi Gras, and is held in Oviedo Carnival a week later than in the rest of Spain (and I assure you it worth). Also, this visit was special because I was invited to stay in a cottage called Villa Las Mimosas, the thought that I have to dedicate my next post.

I must confess that my trip this time was not very culturally, but rather “idle” (we, I went holiday), so instead of making a chronological article as I do, I'll tell sites I've visited on this trip and previous (and I can recommend) so that everyone can enjoy one Oviedo Tailor. Read the rest of this entry »

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