Hotel II Virrey
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- Free parking
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... a section of the floor, and a deep silence prevails for some minutes. Then it is time for coffee, and the drive back to Caluerega. One of the brothers opens the shop for us and the tower. The views from the tower are spectacular. No wonder the earliest inhabitants built here. Any would-be invader would be spotted immediately! In the late afternoon, we sample the wine in the local tavern and chat. Dinner is, as usual at 9pm, quite late by my ...
... Jesus related some of the legends surrounding Blessed Jane as well as information that is known about the family. We are invited to drink from the well that has been uncovered here and make a petition. I participate and remember a similar occasion in Israel at, was it Jacob's well? The evening is completed with drinks and nibbles with the whole group, 22 of us in total, and a fish dinner. Another action packed ...
... Camino. Aza is perched on a high hill and is reached by quite a steep climb up the road. Much of the buildings are decaying although some houses have been renovated. The Parish church has been restored and it is likely that Dominic would have visited his grandparents in the town and visited the tiny church. The church is opened for us by two local women who are the keepers of the keys. They limit our taking of photos ...
We have just spent 2 days in Madrid. It's a clean city with a very vibrant night life. Sunny and I walked and walked till we couldn't go any further. I visited the richest football club in the world with a mate - Real Madrid. We took a tour of the stadium and got to sit in the sub box and walk on the pitch. It was a great tour. Much better than FC Barcelona. Now we are on the bus headed towards a place in Spain called ...
So we set off from San Sebastian today with a bit of a drive planned; not to Pamplona as originally decided, but to Segovia via Vitoria-Gasteiz, the capital of the Basque country. The scenery most of the way to our first stop consisted of conifer-covered mountains and plunging river valleys. We must have passed through about 10-15 mountain tunnels, the longest being 3 Km.
It took us about an hour and a half to get to Vitoria-Gasteiz, which is the other ...