Gran Hotel Lakua
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... overly interested in services to tourists. There is no tourist office at the airport, and the information offices in Miami and Miami Beach are not only hard to find, but are only open during office hours. If you do eventually locate them, and you have arrived on a weekend or holiday, you are just out of luck!
Narrow pedestrian streets lead us past pavement cafes and the ...
... up the gravel trail to the rounded top of a mountain. Think about it! You will probably find it quite rare to be able to turn 360° and see a clear view in all directions. It is really fantastic, and with our little 99 dollar Sony digital, completely impossible to reproduce it in photographic form.
From our viewpoint we can see our road descending into the deep valley below. We twist and turn towards the base of the mountain and soon espy another ...
... a manly G&T in the least manly glass ever. I did try and look sophisticated by drinking it in a pose of contemplation. (photo). To the room for some room service and a terrible movie on the iPad.
Up on Friday morning. A big brekkie and then the drive to Barcelona. 500 kilometres and 75 euros worth of tolls later, we had dropped the car off and were in a cab to the hotel. Let blog 6.1: Barcelona commence!!!
... also experimenting with Hungarian oak.
1. Reserva 2006
The wine is 100% Tempranillo and is fermented at a low temperature for 20 to 30 days and is then aged for 14 to 16 months in French (~60%) , American and Hungarian oak barrels followed by at least 22 months aging in the bottle. It has a medium intensity with a vibrant cherry colour. The nose had dark ripe cherry fruit, a good perfume and quite light with a touch of warm spice on ...
... two friends chatting over the wall as they went about their ahem, business. In came one of our party who opened the cubical door (which was unlocked), apologies profusely having interrupted and then was confronted with two young men leaving both cubicles! His close inspection of the top of the toilet cistern suggested that either they had poor cleaning and odd white dust or clarity on what was actually going on.