Travel Blogs from Haro
... playing in distance while we were looking for our museum, to do some wine tasting in local bars - is cheap anyway (bodegas all charged a fee too) and we could sit and listen to music. Square packed by this time (2pm) but we did manage to get table with good view of passing crowds and bandstand. Ordered our first round of drinks - from waiter who remembered us from the night before - we had given him a good tip so we got good service. Drinks arrived - ...
... town, I finally stopped two woman and between some more interesting gestures I found the town square (Its at the far end of town if you ever are looking) and of course the TI office. At the office they said yes there are many bodegas in town but I couldn't go to them because you have to book an appointment. Looking my best sad puppy look I asked Pour Favor, and she said I could go and try this one place, that they might take in stray alcoholic Canadians on ...
... spent two days fighting sunstroke, dehydration and starvation just to get here. In the end, we had to walk back out to the hostel just outside the town, which we had passed in our pride on the way in. And to add insult to injury, the young families were swaggering around town in clean clothes, which they evidently managed because they stopped walking and caught a bus. Cheaters. It's actually a fine hostel we're in. We're in an 18 bed dorm, but it was only €5, and ...
... br> I have just loved this little village and Tony's cousin has taken up to visit two little towns near by. I have some great photos I will put up when I get a better signal.
Just another addition....we visited a couple of near by towns with so much history. One is called San Dominica ...it has a cathedral with a story attached to it ....I will have to post when I get time.
We are getting organised now to set off early in the morning to travel to Pamplona ...
... off again around 1pm. It was really warm by this time and the Camino was fairly deserted, except for Australians, Russians and Poles. All the locals were sensibly taking their siestas.
There were a number of river valleys to negotiate this afternoon, with 2 choices in each case: push the bikes up the steep, rough gravel Camino or take the long, slow grind up the road. We opted for the Camino which was rather ...
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Other places to stay in Haro
Ctra. Nacional 124, km. 41 , Haro | 3 star hotelfrom $66
San Agustin, 2, Haro | 4 star hotelfrom $112
Camilo Jose Cela 1, Haro | 3 star hotelfrom $66
C/Los Nogales 1, Haro | 3 star hotelfrom $64
Calle Real 11, Haro | Hotelfrom $60
La Vega 31, Haro | 2 star hotelfrom $96