NH Canciller Ayala
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNH Canciller Ayala Vitoria-Gasteiz
Modern, upscale hotel with great rooms. Immaculate! Large bathroom with bidet and goodies like a dental kit and bath sponge. Great Location just 5-10 minute walk to the old city.
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We got our 6:30 wake up call, bags out by 7:30, leave at 8:30. We left Madrid behind by way of tunnels under the city. One of the mayors of Madrid was nicknamed "The Mole" for all the tunnels he had built. One tunnel was 1 1/2 miles long. With the commuter/bus lane we made good time. We headed north on the same road we took to El Escorial. Once we …
... place to ask what the heck was goig on today?? They replied, as if we should have known, it was the festival of Santo Domingo ... the patron saint of the town!!
You have to know that I have been researching the Camino for over a year, and in the montth before we left I purposfully looked up tourist sites to find about any special festivals or events happening in Camino towns during May or June this year. Not once did i hear about this energetic festival ...
... mother and daughter are in professional and personal life changes and they are both unsure where the future will take them. They have done much together including working in a remote area in Finland and on tourist yachts in the Adriatic.
My photos will again show a town that is slow to wake and it wasn't until 8.30am that I could find an early morning heart starter. Although the view for most of the walk was rather uninspiring it gave me time to contemplate ...
... at enormity of task.
I also spent a bizarre dinner with Pension Pepa and a random Romanian guy. He tried to tell me his name three times, but it reached that point of mutual embarrassment at my incomprehension that I had to pretend I'd got it.
"I cook very well", said Pepa mutinously, as she banged a plate of raw tuna and olive oil in front of me.
"Sure," I said nervously, and nearly licked the plate to please her (even ...
... or fowl sickness, did a well meaning priest or nun not feel compelled to sneak a few healthy chickens from a nearby farm, in the cloak of night, back into the Cathedral to sustain a dependable source of revenue for the church, on good faith? Is there a way to use DNA testing to assure the lineage of chickens? These were some of the thoughts that occupied Jim's mind as we crossed the bridge over the Rio Oja and out of Santo Domingo toward the village of Granon at ...