AC Hotel General Alava by Marriott
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... But that's just me talking. Charlene, on the other hand, is still wondering why the place has such distorted awnings. The Rioja grape harvest is in full swing this week and we had to weave around dozens of tractors hauling trailers of grapes to the various wineries. Our wheezy little rental car would take its time to get past every tractor. Where's Dieter when you need him? Every once in a while you would find a big purple sticky spot in the ...
... don't actually use the train, just get on to the platform and use the elevator to go up. Much better than the 245 stairs! Walked through a lovely park with lots of great playgrounds for kids. This city is full of playgrounds and parks and as the whole old centre is car free, kids have a great time. We had no idea where we were as we were "off the map" but we had some breaky at a cafe ...
... meal and now I am very tired. In Basque Country it is common to get a large salad as the first course which I am happy with, second course is meat or fish with French fries.
Again today was very ******* me and I would not have wanted to go another km, as the constant climbing is a grind. I feel a lot better tonight than two nights ago so maybe things will improve.
Raining tonight so we will see what tomorrow ...
... bits and pieces of the walls remain now. It has two ancient churches, but neither is open during the time we are here. Obviously the bars and restaurants are much more popular. It’s quite well known in the area for its Jai Alai team, with a large fronton right in the middle of town.
We have chosen Labastida, being that accommodations in Vitoria-Gasteiz, our planned destination, are ...
After picking up our car ( a little Holden Astra manual) which gave us a few stressful moments in the middle of Madrid because it has the new cut out on the engine when you come to a stop!! We finally arrived in the little town of Ollauri .... ( ll is spelt like a Y and kind of pronounced Olyoli ) near Logrongio... a huge wine district in a Valley with huge surrounding mountains not far from Pamplona and Bilbao . It is a beautiful little village that dates back to ...