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... throughout the area. We visited the village of San Millan de la Cogolla where there are two monasteries dedicated to the hermit monk San Millan who lived, devoted his life to prayer in the hillside caves. Suso (meaning downwards) was built in the 11th century and has the tomb of San Millan. In the 13the century, and later rebuilt in the 16th and 18th century, another larger monastery Yuso (upwards) was built. The walk in ...
... to explore the town. It was deserted! We had the whole town to ourselves. In Haro, siesta is strictly observed. Shops open between 9.30am & 1.30pm, reopening from 4pm to 8pm. Restaurants open between 1.30pm & 3.30pm and 8.30pm to 11pm.
We woke up but it was still dark. Sunrise is 8am. The view from our bedroom window was delightful.
Today we went to ...
... a little better between my hips and my shoulders. It took my a week last year to figure it out and I was worried about it a little in Burgos, waiting for my next bus I walked up to the cathedral and my hips were really in pain, but I figured it out and I'm good to go. What's bothering me now, however, are my feet. I haven't worn my boots in a year and I tied the laces around the back, apparently I'd discoverd last year not to do that. So, my heels are really ...
Wine wine, and thankfully no
whining from Ella! Haro is somewhat the capital of the Wine Region
and a very pretty town itself, lot's of restoration of old buildings
which is nice to see. And best of all, lot's of Bodegas within biking
distance, so parked Doris up, got some ammo for Ella and off we went!
'Barrio del Estancia' is the HQ of wine. Quite a nifty story as it
developed from the French coming in search of ...
... for some pasta at our favourite restaurant there, Travestere. Probably will do the same on the way back.
We connected with our host, Cesar, easily enough. The town is small and driving around is stress-free. The apartment is really awesome and its so centrally located. Got really lucky with this great place and only 75 Euros a night. It was late Saturday afternoon when we arrived and my first course of business was to do some grocery shopping. ...
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Calle Real 11, Haro | Hotelfrom $60
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