Hotel Balneario Aduana

Foru Plaza 15, Orduña, Basque, 48460, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Foru Plaza 15, Orduña.
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Travel Blogs from Orduña

Chapter Thirty Eight - La Rioja

A travel blog entry by mmbcross on Aug 10, 2013

2 comments, 33 photos

... Capital of La Rioja. The bodega is very sophisticated and the visit is well organized and efficient. Not much character other than all the wines are fermented in oak barrels and stored underground in cool caves and not in huge stainless steel vats that we have seen elsewhere. They actually build their own barrels at the bodega. We get two tastings included in the tour, which are ...

Chapter Thirty Four - Burgos to Labastida

A travel blog entry by mmbcross on Aug 05, 2013

1 comment, 26 photos

... pleasure is seeing a virgin lake with virtually no interference by mankind, except of course that mankind created the lake in the first place.

Everything is pretty mundane after we pass the dam and muddle our way through Miranda de Ebro to our final destination. Here we are welcomed by Maria Teresa, who shows us her nice AIRBNB flat, and also walks us through the village of Labastida. A fine welcome indeed to what we hope will be a pleasant week in the ...

Fiesta time!

A travel blog entry by masters on Jun 24, 2012

5 photos

... to encourage you to buy more of the ones you like (from the many 'bodegas' (wineries) in town. Some of them have specials on during this week as well. The week is also a celebration of Haro and its role in the wine industry, so on the 29th thousands of people will climb a mountain nearby, in white t-shirts, and get drenched in red wine! We won´t be here for that unfortunately.


Day 9 (20 June): Lezama-Bilbao (10 km with some tr

A travel blog entry by brendymac on Jun 20, 2011

1 comment

... t let me leave the shop without giving me free blister pads and a foot cream! As I got the train into town I could see the mountains where my friends were, wondering it they were ok, if they had enough water as it was the hottest day yet.
Then I made my way out to a place called Portugalete where you pick up the Camino again. I was thinking I would get a cheap Pension and rest up, so I headed for the tourist office. On the way down I passed a place ...

Playing With Fire

A travel blog entry by pwong on Sep 07, 2010

22 photos

... spend it in a country that produces fine food or at least, somewhat decent food. Restaurante Laurus looked promising as the menu wasn't really traditional Spanish food, which I hoped was a good thing. Overall, I'd have to say the meal was worth it.

Despite dessert being included with dinner, an evening without gelato is incomplete, so tonight it was goat cheese with blueberries, and mojito. The mojito flavour was unique, tasting exactly ...