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... and highway prefixes as they changed (seemingly) every half a mile. Actually, sometimes they did! We pulled over to the side of the road, more than a few times to recalculate our location - only to find out that we were on the correct road, only the designation had changed. Colorful language was rampant! We finally reached our next sacred destination - another building designed by Frank Gehry! After the resounding success of the modern design of ...
... we did was drink delicious and inexpensive wine all day, you can guess the highlights. The first winery took us forever to find but it was worth the price. Remelluri was off the beaten path and surprisingly, they didn't offer any tours or tastings, so we had to settle for a small patio table overlooking the mountains and vineyards with 3 ...
... it was fantastic for us. You do have to pay per
tasting, but it's practically a glassful anyway (note the bikes!)
and often with a plate of bread/nuts (hoorah for Ella!) Very
impressive, and whilst they were relatively pricey for Spain, we know
we have some top drops! Some more driving through wine country bought
us to our last winery and very pretty views across the mountains,
famous river Ebro and ancient bridges.
... and ultimately we are presented with the tasting glass and a jute bottle bag (empty, unfortunately) to take with us, which is a
Bodega El Fabulista is totally different. The little town of Laguardia is built on the top of a hill surrounded by a wall and the beautiful Rioja countryside. This is one of the prettiest little towns we have seen on our long ...
... us this time to a “Castillo”, a medieval castle. We take another gravel track. In the small parking lot are two other vehicles. We look up and towering above on the top of a rocky promontory, is…..yes indeed….a medieval castle! The only way to reach it is by way of a steep set of steps carved into the mountainside. Fortunately the local council has installed railings for the faint of heart, so Miryam agrees to clamber up to the outer ...