Casa de Legarda

Address: Calle Real 11, Haro, La Rioja, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Calle Real 11, Haro, is near Pena Escrita.
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      Sunny Spain at last

      A travel blog entry by mariontrew on Feb 04, 2015

      7 comments, 2 photos

      ... hight to get into the little metal cages on the top row. It was terribly hot, the dogs were panting and some were crying and trying to dig their way out of the cages. Others sat in shocked silence, with huge eyes, looking as if their world had come to an end. Treacle struggled a lot when I put her in her cage and made a dreadful noise when I left her, but there was no alternative.

      My cabin was somewhat better than the kennel. It was in the bowels of the ship just ...

      #3 Experiencing La Rioja

      A travel blog entry by maree26 on Nov 01, 2014

      3 comments, 10 photos

      ... between the two monasteries was delightful and provided excellent photo opportunities of Yuso.
      The interior of Yuso was incredible, with beautiful cloisters and a magnificent chapel.

      Although thoroughly enjoying the culture, wine and decadence of Riojan life, I decided that it was time to get back to nature. So on Saturday I decided that we should do a walk. We had a brochure from the tourist bureau ...

      #2 From Madrid to Haro

      A travel blog entry by maree26 on Oct 30, 2014

      3 comments, 8 photos

      ... Museum at the Vivanco Bodega (Spanish for winery). It was amazing. Housed in a magnificent, specially designed building, it told the story of wine production through the ages and the impact of wine on culture. It took us 2 hours to undertake the self-guided tour and is was fascinating. Of course, at the end of so much on wine discussion, we had to have a glass to accompany our lunch.

      Routines and Spanish cakes...

      A travel blog entry by kymmurphy on May 15, 2014

      5 comments, 14 photos

      They say the Camino consists of three stages... Stage 1 you focus on the physical...the pain, physical needs and in general how you're feeling physically at any given moment. Stage 2 you focus on the emotional and psychological...your thoughts race away, stuff comes up form the past, and in general it can be pretty draining. Stage 3 you focus on the spiritual because the physical and emotional needs have been dealt with leaving space ...

      Wine Heartland

      A travel blog entry by browntravelco on Apr 08, 2014

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... disease
      struck their crops, and built up these warehouses and Wineries around
      the Train Station for ease of transport. So now you have over 10
      world class Bodegas, all in gorgeous buildings at you fingertips (or
      lips...) We went to four, and thankfully there has to be limits! Not
      only as we just had our bikes to transport the wine back, but there
      is only so much room in Doris!! Many glorious drops of wine, and
      being ...