Hotel Marques De Riscal
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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Today we are scheduled to leave bustling Bilbao in our rental car and head for our next destination in the Spanish Rioja wine region. Before we picked up our car, Charlene had to visit a flea market at the neighborhood plaza near our hotel. She's never met a flea market she didn't like. Even when it is in Spanish, Basque or Castillian. This market covered everything from Spanish soccer cards (the Spanish equivalent to baseball cards). Hordes of ...
... peace but two weeks apparently wasn't long enough. Of course, interspersed was a lot of laughter, plenty of Phil's jokes, and a few tears. Just real, good honest conversation. After Phil left, I walked alone for the first part of the day and reflected on the beginning of this trip. I felt profound gratitude. I'm grateful for this adventure and for my aunt and uncle including me. For an able body to allow me to walk. For a flexible job. For my family/friends who ...
... to shine through. I am definitely experiencing Stage 1; from finding toilets to ensuring I have the appropriate clothes in my daypack just in case the weather changes. I now have a foot routine every morning. As many of you know I started this trip with a foot injury, so my first priory is to ensure my foot remains as happy as it can be. Obviously with this kind of walk you can't avoid something happening to your feet given you're walking ...
... the vineyards as we strolled by. It rained just enough to wear rain gear but not ***********g enough to slow us down. We bid goodbye to our young Ukrainian friends when they stopped for a break. We are so grateful that we do not have any blisters, etc. Our thoughts are simple and mostly of gratitude. Buen Camino :-) Had a great meal tonight. Mixed green salad and a grilled sirloin steak. Simple but delicious. Then off to the ice cream shop for two small scoops. ...
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!