AS Express Altube Hotel Zuia
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... getting tired then I would find a bench and set there for a while with my book or my journal and then I would move on. I did this all through the day and enjoyed each of my environments. It was a very lovely way to spend the day. Let me also tell you about the food! They have fancy restaurants where you order food off of a menu, but I've been taught the much more local way of eating, from my Swiss friend. You walk until you find a bar with seating inside, usually outside ...
... time cause there was wifi. We walked around for a little after and then took a cab back to Getxo which was sooo expensive. I spent way to much money here, a lot of which could have been saved but oh well. Me and addy wanted to go to the casino but unfortunately it wasn't much of a casino, more a few machines and a pool table. We ran into them at mcdonalds and we had some nasty mcflurries. When we got back to the hotel the door was locked and me ...
... with a whopping 8 hungover miles in the cold and dark mist while the sun couldn't decide whether or not it would come out from it's hiding place beyond the horizon.
That afternoon I headed to Bilbao after our final work meetings concluded to meet up with Matt, arriving at the bus station with only 10 minutes between us and we headed off to meet our AirBNB hostess in a cute 7th story flat in the centre of town. We set off after settling into ...
... of wanderings.
We are also impressed by the tourist office, located in an old mansion at the entrance to the town, wonderfully laid out, friendly and efficient. Every city, town and village has its tourist office here in Spain and they are always the first place we visit to get an excellent orientation and advice on current events. How sad that Miami and Miami Beach do not seem ...
... the Bordeaux method (i.e. in barrels) in 1858 (although this is somewhat controversial as they did not produce wine until 1862!).
1. Finca Montico 2011 DO Rueda
Like others, Riscal now have wineries in other regions. Finca Montico is from Roeda and is a 100% Verdeho. Clear and bright, straw coloured. Quite closed on the nose with some floral notes. Light, medium acid, ...