Sercotel Boulevard Vitoria
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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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... but dead for dinner. We saw the cook and bus boy turn off the kitchen lights and leave through the back around 10:15. They didn't even arrive to work until 9:10! The bar hostess and the waitress took care of their four guests in the dining room until we left around 10:45. I hope their lunch business stays brisk! The stay at the Marquess de Riscál Hotel was impressive at all hours as the light changed on the multiple surfaces throughout the day ...
... for a bit and then had lunch, relaxed a bit, and got ready for the Briones Medieval Festival. This was an authentic medieval festival that takes place in a pueblo called Briones. The whole pueblo opens up their houses for the festivities. There are different shops and activities (a metal worker, pottery spinning, sausage making, soap making, shoe making, leather work, bars, distilleries) churches, live entertainment, ...
... as usual. One stop was a monastery at the top of a hill, following a 1.6 Km climb up a medieval road. The road condition was in very good shape but It just wouldn't end. Monastery was impressive and a rest stop for all.
I left here ahead of the others and walked alone for a few km, it was good to go my own pace. Walking is not routine as you walk with someone for a stretch and then switch and walk ...
... in general. I stayed and ordered lunch and they went off to their fancy winery. I ordered a local sausage and black bean stew (taking looks from the waitress - why can't he just order paella like the other Americans) which turned out to be very yummy. After my late lunch (with local white wine, which was excellent) I stumbled off to the bus station for my ride back to Bilbao. Having no real problems I arrived back in Bilbao safe and sound - a good days adventure completed. ...
After picking up our car ( a little Holden Astra manual) which gave us a few stressful moments in the middle of Madrid because it has the new cut out on the engine when you come to a stop!! We finally arrived in the little town of Ollauri .... ( ll is spelt like a Y and kind of pronounced Olyoli ) near Logrongio... a huge wine district in a Valley with huge surrounding mountains not far from Pamplona and Bilbao . It is a beautiful little village that dates back to ...