Hotel Marques De Riscal
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Travel Blogs from Elciego
... in Grañón and had to walk a further 4.0km to get our second Coffee of the day in Redecilla del Camino, which was devine and warmed the soul. We have been playing tag with the 3 Amigos from Lusanne, Switzerland for the past few days and they are definitely a comedy act even though I haven't a clue what they're saying?
Coming out of Redecilla del Camino we turned into a head wind and going uphill, which became a challenge that got tougher all the way as wind just ...
... wines and the land has seriously opened up to wheat, sheep and barley. Santo Domingo was founded by the Patron Saint of Pilgrims - Domingo Garcia- as he carved a safe path through the forest and built roads a bridges for the safe passage of pilgrims and was as a result funded by the government of the day to keep developing the area as they recognised the economic benefits of the pilgrims (this was in the 11/1200's). In addition to this infamy, Santo Domingo also lays claims ...
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 ...
... which has almost completely worn them out. I wear them because it is almost unbearable to walk in my boots while the blisters heal, even if I wrap them or put the european equivalent to moleskin on them (it took just over 2 days for the last major set of blisters to dry up enough to be able to wear my shoes and the pain was minimal). I've had to shore up the back end of the Teva's where my heel sits with athletic tap because they've worn to less than a quarter of an inch thick ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center