Hotel Villa De Laguardia
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Travel Blogs from Laguardia
Very intense with a deep garnet colour. Rich berry notes (Mulberry?) on the nose with some spice. Almost smokey and meaty on the palate with good power and a long finish.
2. Garnacha 2010
Big. Intense. Bubblegum sweet on the nose with raspberry notes. Fresh, voluptuous and smooth in the mouth with good acidity.
3. Mazuelo 2010
Very intense and almost purple in colour. Quite closed on the nose – ...
... slid along beside me watched over by storks and other birds and all was good with the world. My route took me back through the old town along El Camiņo de Santiago (Way of St. James) which actually took me back to the door of our hotel (via a couple of round the blocks to make my route up to 5km).
After a great breakfast spread at the hotel I got back to the more serious matter of the tastings for the day.
... or at least that's how its sounds like to me). There are some nationalities that tend to still mix and match, probably due their reduced numbers and the common language being English. Those are the English, Australians, a small Welsh contingent, New Zealanders, and some East Europeans.
g - People who do not make any effort are the ones who complain the most! A clear example was the girl that in Puente de la Reina went drinking with her friends since she arrived. She came ...
... br> We are impressed with this city and want to see more of it. We will stay for another day. Besides, there is a pottery artisan show in Navarette opening on the 19th. Hopefully we can be there later this week.
We ended the night with a pasta dinner and beer, bought some supplies at the farmacia, muscle relaxant, liniment, and a knee brace. It looks like the body is starting to wear down!!
Tomorrow will be a new day. Goodnight.
... no idea where Ceuta was but he explained that it was a small place on the northern coast of Africa, just south of mainland Spain and bordering Morocco, that is actually part of Spain. I had never realized that Spanish boundaries extended itself into the African continent.
He was quite a talkative fellow but very pleasant to converse with. Being only my second day in Spain I hadn't had a chance to remember my Spanish so there were some moments of laboured communication ...