Hotel Marques De Riscal
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... fields on the journey. Got into Belorado at 1pm and were hungry. Located a tapas bar and had the obligatory Mahou beers which are great along with a few rounds of very tasty tapas for lunch. The albergue we have booked into is doing a 3 course pilgrim meal for 10 Euro that sounds great. Off now to enjoy a vino tinto before ...
... up and blowing straight into us and got progressively colder. We finaly slogged into the Alberque d' Santiago on the outskirts of Belorado thoroughly exhausted. I had Garlic soup that was very disappointing and flavorless. Sat here falling asleep trying to write this blog while drying my clothes.
Had the Seafood Paella followed by Meat balls & chips for dinner with the 2 M's (Mat &Mia) from California.
An early night after the hard slog of a ...
... at Rohini's son's wedding. We visited the cathedral and took the audio tour. It is the Church of Saint Dominic (Santo Domingo). There is a legend that a German young man came to the town as a pilgrim. The innkeeper's daughter fell for him but he had no interest. To get back at him, she placed a silver cup in his things as if he had stolen it. He was found guilty and to be hanged. And he was. The ...
So I figured out how to turn the TV off - unplugging it did the trick...
After finishing watching Spain's version of Millionaire Hot Seat - complete with singing, dancing, trapdoors and no Eddie McGuire - we went to dinner at the hotel's restaurant. Again, thanks Mum and Dad!! Another massive fixed menu which kicked of with 4 appetizers (photo) which included a clear "tomato gazpacho beer" - awesome!
Just a swifty while I remember. So we left San Sebastian in a cab to San Sebastian Airport to pick up our car to drive to Rioja. Why? That makes no sense. This is true. The problem is that today is a Spanish national holiday so the only place open to rent a car from was the airport. We arrived at San Sebastian airport and were relieved to see that the only car rental desk open was Avesa, the company we had booked with. Alberto was behind the desk and asked for our ...