- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... way through to return the bike and it was raining. When I got to the end of the old quarter there were policy everywhere - it all seemed calm but there was a big police percentage. I then noticed police on top of the building opposite - it reminded me of snipers but they were not at all hiding their presence. I had no idea what was going on. Whe I returned to the wine tasting I explained what was happening on the boulevard - the Queen of Spain was visiting. At the end of ...
... apartments had to endure people traipsing through their house on the days of the fights. She claimed that economics not opposition to bull fighting has been the reason for the cancellation of the event for the last 2 years.
It would be great to be here for one of the many festivals,especially tamborrada, which takes place on 20 January, the Day of Saint Sebastian. Members of the city's over 100 gastronomic clubs, recreate the drumming of the ...
... into the local super mercado to purchase some fruit, drinks and some birthday cake candles for a fast approaching birthday for someone. Video Girl and Battery Boy wandered the single aisle of the tiny mercado and obtained everything except the candles.
Video Girl approached a very unhappy looking gentlemen sitting at the front of the store behind a counter at the cash register counting the evenings takings. He appeared to be annoyed that she had interrupted ...
... in favor of walking shoes. Rosemarie regretted not carrying her hiking shoes. When we moved into Spain, the route markers changed from small yellow and blue signs to 4x4 numbered guide posts set 50 meters apart...very convenient for us directionally challenged types. We were grateful that the perspiration-wicking REI clothes we procured were doing the job...from being completely soaked from the ascent up ...
... you cross the Pyrenees . Most of this section was on a narrow single road with the odd farmers van passing by. After about 4 km we left the road and went on natural pathways. You had to check carefully that you didn't miss turn offs and looked for yellow arrows of red and white painted GR 12 marks on rocks, posts or anywhere. They are mostly pretty clear but a few were confusing.