Sercotel Boulevard Vitoria
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSercotel Boulevard Vitoria Vitoria-Gasteiz
We loved this place. We got an apartment that had two rooms and slept all four of us comfortably. Very modern, extremely well equipped, even had a kitchentte. Excellent
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... surprise' box of tiny little chocolates & candies. And of course, the champagne and red wine!
Bilbao was certainly a fine way to round out our experiences in northern Spain! And now we are off to Portugal, where the sun is still shining and the warm weather prevails (we hope!). Adios, Spain...see you again in a few weeks!
Off we drift...
Tracy and Douglas
... we take the back roads, and this time strike the jackpot. A 360° view; fields of sunflowers, a medieval castle, village and bridge and a spectacular flooded canyon.
We take a minor road out of Burgos heading for a village called Poza de la Sal. We ascend up to a treeless altiplano populated by giant white windmills revolving slowly in the strong breeze. There is little else on this high stony plain. We notice a sign pointing us to a "mirador", viewpoint. ...
... chilly and musky and smelt of wine throughout ...really amazing to be some thing like this that not many people see. The cellars and tunnels were also used during the Spanish Civil war to hide in! Tony's friend pulled out a bottle of Temperanio (a Spanish variety of red wine) which was bottled in 1973 when Tony was last here.That was very special!! It was light and easy to drink :)
Not a good descriptive way of explaining it for those of you who a wine ...
... and a silkiness and smoothness.
Having worried that Ysios would be more style over substance I was thoroughly impressed with the quality of their wines.
After a brief photo stop, it was onto the picturesque village of Briones and a tour, tasting and chance to visit the museum of Wine Culture at Bodegas Dinastía Vivanco.
Vivanco’s family history goes back to 1915 when Pedro Vivanco González started making wine just ...
... There was a large flat screen TV on a stand outside with the footy on –clearly a local obsession. As the temperature dropped we decided to seek out some indoor venue. We passed by Jamon Jamon where we finished off the night before but despite this being a great place we needed to explore further. We wandered round checking out each of the many venues deciding which looked like our next place based on how popular they ...