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... climb to get into an old village built up around a medieval church, look for an Albergue, preferably "tourtsto" because of the higher standards and the possibility of a private room for this family of three. I did very well here by finding a new Albergue not far past the center (an important consideration for meals) and yet on the way out of town (meaning we begin on the downhill in the morning). Moms new shoes worked well today in spite of her miserably soar ...
... after Phylloxera. This is a late ripening grape which distinguishes itself from Tempranillo. This gives the grape more hang time leading to more alcohol, pigmentation and tannins. The grape is meant to have a similar note to cool-climate Syrah or Cab Franc and was used to make much of Rioja’s wine in the early 19th century. It was only in 2007 that this grape was allowed in the Rioja DOC.
The tour took us into their ...
... and because it is in the "Pais Vasco" it also has it's own language - Euskara. This language is completely different than Spanish altogether. Look for the pictures that shows two signs, one with each language, and you will understand what I mean!
That's all for now, but I will try to update more often!
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... and continue to happen around the world. There´s also a focus on reconciliation, and moving forward.
My next stop, before my final destination of the Hotel Marques Riscal hotel, was the Guggenheim Bilbao Museum. Bilbao is a larger city than San Sebastian, just inland from the coast. The museum is actually more well-known for the magnificent building (designed by Frank Gehry), than the art collection itself. ...
... car rental companies in Europe! We headed south and drove for about an hour and a half before we arrived at Bodega Muga (Muga Wineries) in the small town of Haro. Our tour was in Spanish so I had to translate. The winery had a HUGE production and they even made their own barrels. Instead of fermenting the wine in large steel tanks, they had HUGE barrels. Keeping with tradition, they use egg whites to clean the impurities out of the wine. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed