El Molino de Tresgrandas
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... the owner is from Bolivia, I'm not sure. Watching last night game was a pain to be honest, or maybe both teams were too good defensively, but Netherlands didn't produce any game so it's only fair they're out. The trip is slowly reaching its end, as we drive towards Bilbao, then San Sebastian ...
... plazas in preparation for the festival of Santa Maria Magdalena to be held that day. The procession, which included litte girls dressed in long white dresses and the boys in either velvet waistcoats and floppy velvet caps or sailor suits, followed the flower pathways all around the town, stopping at the various altars for prayers. When it was finished, the cafés and bars of the story book old town ...
... to and from the bus station and the cave. Quite okay. It is a hotel that offers reduced rates for pilgrims. We have seen a few pilgrims, all different age groups, with their shell attached to their backpacks. We happened upon the Capella for the pilgrims behind a sidraria coming down from our lookout walk after our tea. I cannot convince Peter that it would be an interesting journey to experience. His reply is, why?
We had eaten two ...
Next, after lunch we drove to our last destination - Comillas. This part of our trip was definitely the coolest part. We got to see an old palace called la Castilla de sobrellano, which was a neogothical styled home with hints of modernism in the decor. After this, we got to see the coolest part of all - a work of Antoni Gaudí! This architect is famous in Barcelona (and unfortunately we won't have time on our trip to go there), so ...
... rain of my life for a walking tour. That was so bad! I bought an umbrella for 7.50€ and the freezing wind broke it before I could even use it! Once we reached the church I was happy though! We went to the Colegiata de Santillana del Mar and saw some great architecture. It was amazing to see a building that old (12th century)!
Later, we headed to San Vicente de la Barquera for lunch. Finally, a ...
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed