Hotel Ciudad de Haro
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Today was our last day in Madrid and also our last with Pommy and Cla. We only had the morning so planned to get going early, but still only head off around 10.30. We caught the metro to the Bernabeu Stadium, Real Madrid's home. Thinking that it wouldn't be that popular (oops), we didn't rebook tickets. We roved to see a queue around 50m long. We enquired about other ways to buy tickets but eventually settled on the fact that ...
... I learn that this was the birth place of Santo Domingo and I did take a moment to rest under the trees near the church. Belorado, like Santo Domingo, has a nice feel to it and although small it has a vibrancy to it which you could sense when sitting in the town square. I was lucky enough to secure a room in a Pension and located in the centre of the old town it is very comfortable. Ironically I had dinner with Francel and Natasha ...
Got here just after lunch and the campsite (Camping De Haro - £18) site is not too dissimilar to the last one as in you wouldn't want to spend too much time here, but it’s a good enough base to go exploring. We headed in to town not quite sure what to expect. At around 1:30pm the little town tapas bars were filling up with all kinds of people including families. ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...