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 ...
... the right foot and apply Voltaren gel on he ball of the foot and while that's drying I put band aids on the two toes next to the big toe, and apply Compeed on any hot spots. I the put on my sock and stuff hikers wool over the two toes with band aids, my little toe, the outside of my foot and the top of the foot. I now get that done in 10 minutes... The other routine I have is Spanish cakes. Whilst every hotel has it's own slant on breakfast ...
... 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.
... story. As for me, I enjoyed my time alone but I miss Tammy's company. After 25 years of marriage, she is a part of me and when she is absent, I feel incomplete. I am looking forward to when her feet are well enough that we can walk together again - hopefully in a few days. While we each must stand alone before God, He designed us to live in community: family, church, friends and co-workers. Our day to day interactions with them ...
... 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 ...