Hotel Ciudad de Haro
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17/5 .Very hungry after long days travel so wander down to town square to find some food. Come across hotel mentioned in Lonely Planet. Go in to see if we can get in. No one in restaurant so ask for table - after much deliberation was decided- yes, they did room for us! Were shown to this little room - half a floor down from main restaurant - only 4 tables- none taken. No outside windows and next to wine cellar door - that could work out nicely! We very ...
... it was fantastic for us. You do have to pay per
tasting, but it's practically a glassful anyway (note the bikes!)
and often with a plate of bread/nuts (hoorah for Ella!) Very
impressive, and whilst they were relatively pricey for Spain, we know
we have some top drops! Some more driving through wine country bought
us to our last winery and very pretty views across the mountains,
famous river Ebro and ancient bridges.
... wine in and a little burlap bag to carry it in (so nice) and off we were to the shop for a top up after the tour. I hadn't eaten practically anything all day so I was feeling just fine when I left. I made my way back through the heat to the town square and ran into the Ausi's again eating lunch, so I sat with them and talked wine. They were staying at the famous Bodega that the architect of the Guggenheim - Frank Ghery designed and were a little jaded about ...
... Deaths in Canada?) and a horrible teaser of the day's events in Pamplona - horrible because we didn't have time to stay and see the bull run, not because of gore or anything. We ploughed on, and were delighted both to overtake a bunch of young families on the road, and to see that there were a number of towns on the map today, as well as no big hills. Easy peasey!!! ... Of course not. We stopped at the last town in La Roija province and had a drink while ...
... golfers who would purchase their holiday homes here. Five or six people now live there, solely to maintain the golf course.
Santo Domingo was established in 1109 with some magnificent architecture dating back to the 12th century. It appears to be quite prosperous today thanks in no small part to the thousands of pilgrims passing through every year.
Log: 6 1/2 hours. ...
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