La Casona de San Pantaleon de Aras
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... the services was marked - the first stop was full of Barcelona tat, the second full of Rioja. No prizes for guessing our favourite. We arrived and checked in by 6 so we had time to explore the pool and the local area before bed. It turns out that the basketball World Cup is being staged round the corner so we went and had a ...
... we made a horrible discovery. There was a goat corpse drying out in the sun which explained the awful smell that we could smell from time to time. Needless to say that after such a grotty discovery all of us decided to swim back to the rib quicker than ever! The end of the afternoon was spent on the beach then we went to Church and then to a nice restaurant. The next day Spike and I drove back to La Rochelle where he had a flight to catch at 2 pm and Jamieson carried on sailing to ...
... down the steps to the Plaza Nueva for tonight's concert a South African group that is disappointing so we make our way to the bridge. There are many African sellers plying their various wares at midnight. We make our way through txosnas (bars along the river bank) listening to various live groups but settle at the Basque band with cool accordion player. It's a great evening and we arrive back at the hotel at ...
direct flight from Palma, an hour, heard so much about the museum, thought why not? worth it- design was everywhere...the Guggenheim is the least of it. A nice. safe, walkable city with great food. Shopping was so-so. They do pintxos rather than tapas- pieces of bread covered in adventurous combos, held together with cocktail sticks- and you pay by the number of sticks on your plate. Weather is like London, can be rainy, so take a ...
... of steel about 4m high, 50mm thick, and some were maybe 30-40m long, and you could walk through them. Some were like a gigantic maze, some were like walking inside the passages of a huge conch-shell, and were mind-confusing because they had totally featureless parallel walls that had a lean of about 7deg which completely confuses your brain and you begin to lose balance....quite strange...try Google...
Afterwards, we began to head back towards our bus-stop, but tried also to ...