Hotel Marques De Riscal
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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The weather is still not warm but at least dry. Go for a walk round the old town again in Pamplona and visit the Ciudadela park with the ruins of the old citadel. We stop at Cafe Iruna in the Plaza where Kathleen manages to force down a beer and I have a Horchata. We go to the bar Gaucho and have some of its famous pintxos. Early afternoon we set off for Elciego where the Hotel ...
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 ...
To be honest, I wasn't really planning on documenting everything we did and everywhere we went. However one small thing we did want to do was map our route so in years to come when, as Paul Kelly ever so eloquently claims- every bloody city feels the same- we'll remember the big places along with little places we went and the good times had. Unfortunately on this blog it only routes where you ...
We started our walk with two tangerines in our hands and zero euro in our pockets. While they were delicious, we were overjoyed to see an ATM in Santo Domingo (15 km from Azofra). After a stop to the local supermarket, we feasted on a park bench recieving more than a few smiles and laughs from the locals. The journeys sprawling vineyards returned as did the heavy wind as we found only one other soul ...
... 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 ...