La Casa del Patron

San Martin, 2, Murguia, Basque, 1130, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Murguia

The most expensive marina on this coast

A travel blog entry by sophistikitty

12

... s row - along the harbour front were several mansions designed to look like castles (complete with turrets) and the odd more modest cottage-style mansion. When we went exploring we found even more houses like this, although some were clearly hotels, as well as an outdoor public gym, which we were delighted by. We really liked the town in general (we didn't get as far as Bilbao, and I'm not entirely sure which town we actually explored, but whatever it's called it's very nice ...

Chapter Thirty Eight - La Rioja

A travel blog entry by mmbcross

2
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... Under the streets of the town lies an extraordinary secret: the entire subsoil is riddled with ancient wineries or "caves", excavated underneath the houses and streets, at a depth of 6 m. We will be entering one section in our visit to La Fabulista.

Even the name is unusual. The cellars are located under the home of Félix María de Samaniego, a Spanish author (1745 – ...

Loyola and Azpeitia

A travel blog entry by andrearini

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... were delicious! They were shaped like muffins but they were way more moist, and tasted kind of like glazed donuts but without the glaze on top. I could go for one right about now. We also toured the house of another famous Jesuit who was born in Loyola. His name was Father Francisco Garate. I don’t know much about him, but what are the chances that two famous Jesuits would be born in such a small town! (Loyola and Azepeitia are only a little bigger than Vermilion). We ate ...

Rioja - Haro is the big boy!

A travel blog entry by thehamptons

2
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... in the 10th century, came to importance in late 19thC when the French…………..ZZZ ZZZZZZZZZZZ, (That's enough history thanks).


Lunch booked for 2pm so at 1pm, feeling a little peckish, decided to dive into the tapas scene (shallow end) accompanied by a little glass of rioja blanco. This could catch on!


Made lunch for 2pm, very Spanish as in we were the only non-Spanish there, ...

Day 2 of Conference

A travel blog entry by alex_ioana2010

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4

... and emit a single visible photon. You get better penetration, simpler instrumentation, longer relaxation time, basically a very cool technique.

Also saw some very pretty pictures of graphene 'bridges' ie a strip of graphene stretched between two electrodes. I felt kind of sorry for the biomed lecturer being proud of her silicon 'strings' used to measure mass with incredible accuracy ...

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