Hotel Tudela Bardenas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... drives me down a bumpy track to a converted barn. It's getting dark. There's a mechanical bull guarding an ill-lit stage at the back of the large hall. It's what Brixton Academy could only dream of. Even in rehearsal mode the band is great. I particularly enjoy a Spanish version of King of the Swingers from The Jungle Book. Then as the rehearsal comes to a close, this happens (click to play video - I am second from ...
... condition but is un furnished and does not have a major museum on site. However, you are free to wonder throughout the structure, climbing to the many levels and even to the tops of its many towers and turrets. This was a very enjoyable afternoon experience and one filled with views and vistas that are hard to forget. From Olite we headed back to Pamplona - another very good day behind ...
... is a hotel that is maintained with the original antiques from when it was built in the fifteenth century.
(In the village of Olite there was also a first communion celebration going on, in Spain the young girls wear full white dresses just like in the US, but they also have this grandiose celebration with all of the first communicants and their families. They rented out part of the parador hotel for this.)
... enclosed by apartments...and there are restaurants and shops on the ground floor. Huge white market umbrellas all around the edges of the square as people dined outside. About every 30 seconds water would spray from the centre of these umbrellas....in a fine mist down onto the diners to keep them cool. Madrid is beautiful....I didn't know what to expect and the history and spectacular old buildings took me by surprise. Oh, and I saw the ...
... more hills. Little old rustic houses were clinging to the slopes and there were terraces of almond and olive trees in the valleys between the hills. We passed several beautiful hill top villages (Espadilla - Aranuel - were two). Then we suddenly came upon a hugh dam holding back the prettiest turquoise blue reservoir I'd ever seen.
At length what had been a decent ...