Hotel San Roman de Escalante
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The last leg of the journey took us from the Molino de Alcuñeza in the province of Castillla la Mancha, north through Castilla y León and on to La Rioja before reaching Bilbao. This was probably one of the most scenic routes we've done. Again as I'm no wordsmith the pictures will have to suffice. I've always loved sunflowers and to see field upon field of them in Castilla la ...
... first and went off to get a beer, so impatient, Greg and I walked down the street which was heaving with bars and people, some kids were sat on door steps sharing a joint, lovely, we moved on to a quieter area and found another bar, where we had a local nutter shouting and singing to herself, she started blowing Jeff kisses, he was mortified, and when she got up to leave approached our table ...
... n and had a look at its beaches (what it's also famous for). Queen Isobel put San Sebastian on the map as she developed a skin condition and heard the sand on the beautiful beaches of San Sebastián could cure her condition. She visited this beach and word got around, suddenly people from all parts of Spain were visiting these beaches and then people from all around the world. After a couple of hours walking we decided to have something to eat and we found a local pintxos bar. I ...
... I think is lovely. Deusto is a Catholic Jesuit university, so there are some strict rules of conduct in the dorm, but nothing that will cramp my style. We have to keep our rooms clean, there is no alcohol allowed in the building, and we can’t have opposite gendered guests in our rooms overnight. However, there is no curfew and the building has a lot of great amenities. It’s an older building without air conditioning, but Bilbao stays nicely between 65 and 75 degrees ...
We set off from camp and checked in at the Holiday Inn at the airport in Bilbao around noon. We then hopped on the shuttle to the airport and from there caught the bus downtown. We were in a bit of a hurry to try to find a restaurant for lunch since we weren't sure if they only served lunch until 2ish like in France. Trying to find a good place to eat in a short amount of time… never a good idea! Minh-Yen was keen to have paella so we kept our eyes open as ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking