HQ La Galeria Hotel-Restaurant
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of meters below. After a really back breaking final climb/ walk for Celia we made it to our little hotel where we were greeted by an extremely friendly large dog called Chippy. Having showered off and relaxed for a bit, we explored the Ebro alongside, at all times being accompanied by our new dog friend. After an embarrassing fight between Chippy and someone's dog and a good view of the river ...
After a leisurely breakfast and meeting 'Simon' the organiser of our tour. We set off on our bikes plus one rented bike.
None of us have ever been to Northern Spain so we were all excited for what lay ahead on our 61km bike ride.
The beginning gradient was kind to us offering us far more downhills then up which made up for the grey skies. As we descended away from the ski resort where we started the skies cleared and all too soon the road started to incline and ...
In Scotland I can almost guarantee that on the 25th July the weather in the mountains will be bad so its was nice to be away and get a great days walking in the sunshine. For my birthday treat we headed up to Fuente De which is a huge rock amphitheatre on the southern side of the Picos de Europa. There ...
The journey to Burgos is about 130 miles so we stopped en route at Vitoria-Gasteiz. At the time we just parked up and walked towards the cathedral and it's surrounding streets. I have since done a bit more research which shows that we chose well in stopping here. Vitoria (Basque: Gasteiz) is actually the capital of not just the southern Basque province of Álava but also the entire Basque Country so we felt that ...
... teacher, and is headed to Bordeaux to university to complete his Masters, and after a quick chat with a nice man from Toronto, my taxi arrived to transfer me to Burgos, to avoid walking through the gross industrial outskirts of town, and continue to look after my knee. I've walked every day for 8 days in a row now, and I know I need to rest it. Well, well, well. What ensued was the most thrilling taxi ride of my life, as I sat back in the leather seat, bathed with ...