Hotel Villa De Laguardia
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- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Laguardia
... we walked to a fun little bar a few blocks away and enjoyed the intimate atmosphere inside, selecting the small plates (called “pintxos”) that are prepared fresh each day, from atop the bar for our lunch. Ross especially loved the atmosphere of this little place, with seats for no more than 12 people, and a friendly staff — we all felt at home here. The town is known for these pintxos bars, and the quaint Old Town, and for some of the best food in Spain. ...
... lot of great pictures to share from this event. There were also two groups of fans/social cubs, called peņas, who play instruments and had special cheering sections (in the sun) during the show. They are people of Laguardia who are very spirited and bring a lot of excitement to the event. This is similar to the groups that exist in Pamplona too. During the final cow of the night, they opened up the bull ring to anyone in the public crowd who wanted to give it a try. I went in ...
... stuffed) at the rear of the cathedral! The story is the daughter of a local official fell for the son of a pilgrim family. The official had the young man killed to protect his daughters honour. St Dominic was present when the official told the pilgrim parents your son is as dead as this chicken I am eating right now. Immediately the chicken, and rooster ( must have been a big meal) came to life and flew away. The miracle is according to one story, attributed to St Dominic. He ...
... up the hill, where there turned out to be a park with trees and benches and a water fountain less than fifty meters away. It was hysterical. That was the fountain of life I mentioned at the start. The cold water from the fountain revived us splendidly, and we resolved to stop at Cirueña and never do anything so stupid as to spend all day walking through wheatfields in the Spanish sun again. Cirueña was like something out of a zombie apocalypse film (all ...
... when we don't see many people. The people we see are very old and children are scarce. We haven't seen a school yet.
Tonight in Los Arcos it is running of the bulls. The town has a buzz and is getting quite busy as everyone comes to the main square of the town. Street level doors and windows are boarded up and barriers funnel the cows through the street. Spanish youth are wearing white pants, red scarfs and shirts. [Malcolm is not ...