|Tired boys waiting for the 7:30 AM train at Chamartín.|
|A church just up the hill from the train station.|
|These buildings next to the train station in Oviedo look like you could take them apart and put them together in a different way.|
Two hours later we arrived in Ribadesella to be greeted by our landlady's husband, Carlos. He drove us and our luggage, in two shifts, from the station to our apartment, where we were very enthusiastically greeted by Isabel. She showed us around and told me that her cleaning woman would clean the apartment when we wanted, at no extra charge. She also told me that she could hang my laundry for me if need be. Had I just landed in heaven? We unpacked and headed the few blocks to a beautiful, rocky beach, Atalaya. We loved all of our touring in Barcelona and Madrid but it was so nice to realize that we had finally arrived and could settle in for a bit.