Balneario Banos de Fitero
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This town was a total surprise. Known as a wine center of Spain's northern region, this town is surrounded by vineyards and large bodegas. But, the amazing part of this town is the very large and awe inspiring castle that forms the dominant feature or the city wall. To add to this storybook appeal, the ornamental cherry trees were in bloom and they and the ground was covered in pink petals. ...
Sunday, a group of us went to visit the Palacio Real de Olite (aka: Royal Palace of Olite). It was a little over an hour away from Logrono and we spent the day exploring the castle, having a great potluck picnic lunch, getting ice cream, and just spending time with friends. The castle was beautiful. This building was a reconstruction of the original palace that was originally built under the reign of King Charles III, ...
... ago. An outdoor cafe for dinner. Beautiful food...wonderful atmosphere ...and then we had 3 Spanish singers entertain us. Just so much fun.... So touristy...but hey, I'm a tourist. I loved it. After that, on the bus for a tour of the Madrid lights. Saw all the beautiful fountains lit up. Our bus driver would take us 3 times round a roundabout so we could take photos. Then onto Plaza Mayor. Absolutely amazing....built in 1619 The Square ...
... more hills. Little old rustic houses were clinging to the slopes and there were terraces of almond and olive trees in the valleys between the hills. We passed several beautiful hill top villages (Espadilla - Aranuel - were two). Then we suddenly came upon a hugh dam holding back the prettiest turquoise blue reservoir I'd ever seen.
At length what had been a decent ...
... into the mountainous Pyrennese. The road was extremely winding with many hairpin bends and some fabulous views. Surprisingly we didn't pass any border controls and there was no indication of when we crossed into Spain. Just a subtle change of road markings and signage. Rob was hoping for sentries and flags and such!
The D4 took us through a lovely picturesque village called Bera. ...