Hotel Balneario Aduana
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... to someone. Eventually I decided to try get some. They were friendly and inviting, but once I went down to pour the wine I was drenched by everyone around me! We decided to see what was at the top of the hill, which also provided a good way to warm up. There was a cool look out point and statue. By the time we got down, the fight was ending, so we followed the majority of the crowd out. The crowd were all heading to the two car parks on the hill. It was a very ...
... and it has really put the city on the map and brings thousands of tourists daily - a bit like MONA in Hobart.
On the train to Barcelona there was a girl travelling with her Guinean pig in a sort of cat cage! She kept feeding it by hand and giving it water and stroking it! On two other train trips we had a gay couple travelling with their cat and a young couple with their cat - they let them half out of the cages and keep patting them and feeding them!
I successfully made it to the bus station, something I honestly didn't think was going to happen. I had a good time with Addy even though we spent most of the time being lost, but what is being lost when everything is new? After she met me at the airport, WASTED, we went to the hotel in downtown bilbao. It was really nice and was in a good area. We got ready and went to old town bilbao which isn't really old but a newish collection of buildings that ...
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 ...
... aged. Finally we come to a nicely decorated tunnel where we enjoy the tasting.
This is a small operation, but the guide is outstanding and the explanation of the whole process, including a fascinating discussion on how to taste and appreciate wine, is much esteemed. We are even persuaded to purchase a selection of their wines, which are in fact,