Hostal Rural Bavieca Medinaceli
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Tuesday I had super day walking around San Sebastian. We walked up the mountain and down to the beach, through the old part of town and into the touristy area. I took so many great pictures. When we returned to the house in Urnieta, I realized that I never put the SD memory card back into the camera so I lost an entire ...
me where I was from, and invited me onto the roof of the house he was working
on for an even better spot to photograph the church. He was quite attractive
too, so I couldn’t refuse his invitation.
The big castle at the top of the town dates from the 1200s,
but it was significantly damaged during the Civil War in the 1930s. Like many
castles is Spain it now serves as a parador, essentially a luxury historic
hotel. I suppose one of the days I ...
One of the things I noticed about Madrid was how much more
English friendly Spain seems to be than it was on my first visit fourteen years
ago. In the city and some of the areas around it, almost everyone under the age
of 40 seems to be conversant in English and very willing to speak it. Displays everywhere
in museums ad sights are also almost all bilingual. It was not that way my
first time when my brother Doug and I noted how different Spain was ...
The Pyrenees. They conjure up images of romantically high snow capped mountains, rolling green hills, windy roads, scenic vistas and if you're into cycling, the Tour de France. You hear people talk about the Pyrenees and as an Aussie they seem so far away from a world we know- so 'European'. We had experienced the Pyrenees Orientale on the eastern side of the Spain-France border and fell in love with them. The Parc National des Pyrenees on the westerly aspect of ...
... A slight detour was required to replace it and we abandoned the idea of a leisurely lunch admiring scenic views in favour of a Big Mac on a garage forecourt. Another first. Back on the road and hot on our heels was an impressive storm that hit shortly after we arrived at the Molino de Alcuneza near SigŁenza for our overnight stay. Off to Bilbao tomorrow in the meantime we are hoping for a slightly better meal than ...