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... on the exited youngsters dancing around down below. We presume this is not vintage wine. Afterwards city officials launch huge rubber balloons over the Plaza Mayor to the delight of all concerned. This event is followed by concerts of traditional and popular music into the wee hours.
The next day we are scheduled to leave, but first we re-visit the Plaza Mayor where they will release ...
Logroņo - Navarette12.7 km (7.9 miles)
(The map location will not locate Navarette, the village where we are staying, so I chose a county location nearby.)
An early morning exiting the city treated us to a stroll along a tree and bench lined path used by local walkers and runners. Buen Camino! Everyone is so nice and they never seem to tire of offering the Camino greeting to pilgrims. At this point, only about 20 minutes into our morning we all ...
... to maximise extraction of phenolics, the wine is transferred to barrels where it is aged on the lees for 16 to 18 months in new oak barrels, with a predominance of French over American oak then aged in bottle for a further minimum of 20 months.
Again a great colour but with higher intensity in the glass. On the nose, rich, ripe fruit but with more of the floor polish notes coming thorugh. On the palate, very rich, long, ripe black ...
... finest of Tapas on offer. After such a cheap and tasty time the previous night and such a massive lunch there was no point seeking out fine dining.
We started with an alfresco bottle of wine at Café Moderno. Nestled just off the Calle Portales this venue was very different from the night before when we popped our heads in the door to see a glitter ball and hear cheesy music, today this was bright and sparsely populated ...
... to the northeast, toward Vitoria-Gasteiz. At about the kilometer 40 marker on the AP-1, it began to rain. It was a gentle rain, almost more of a drizzle. We encountered our first tunnel on the AP-1. It was at kilometer marker 59. It was at this point that I noticed that each tunnel actually has a name. That first tunnel was called San Nicolas (St. Nickolas). The second tunnel was named Barrio (Neighborhood), and the third tunnel ...
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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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