Silken Hotel Ciudad de Vitoria
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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Travel Blogs from Vitoria-Gasteiz
... like I hadn't eaten for a week, sitting next to the most awesome cigarette machine I've ever laid my eyes on (see photo). After eating, bar keep called me a taxi, and a cute-as-a-button Swiss fellow arrived at just the right time, desperate for a taxi also, and we shared a ride to Santo Domingo. I loved Santo Domingo. I booked into my accommodation at the Paradore (historic buildings rescued by the Government and turned into unique accommodation), where ...
... over the distant hills provide a reminder of the distance already travelled. Another feature of this journey is the sound of the words, 'Buen Camino' which is warm and appreciated greeting from local people to acknowledge the 'peregrinos' as they pass through. It always provides me an energy burst especially when I may be flagging a ...
... as he must surely be innocent. The magistrate, who had just sat down to a hearty chicken dinner, shouted, "why, he's no more alive than this chicken I'm about to eat." At this, the cooked chicken stood up on the plate, miraculously brought back to life, feathers and all and crowed. In remembrance if this story, live chickens are kept in the Cathedral and said to be descendants of the resurrected fowl in the story. A piece of the gallows is displayed on Saint ...
... ever happened? On those days you stick a sign on the door of the cathedral to say 'due to a plumbing issue we reopen in 2 hours' meanwhile the church poultry guru is negotiating with the hen house owner down the road - 'no mate you dont understand, i need a chook a bit smaller with more brown feathers around the ****'. Anyway that has been my confusion for the day. I have the first sign of a blister developing, i am going to take it really easy and i have even checked into a ...
... beeping the horn, and a man hands out fresh bottles of drinking water free to all the pilgrims. Coming out of this town (Viloria de la Rioja) we see a man hearding his sheep down the road and along part of the Camino. We tap dance our way behind trying not to stand in the multitude of fresh sheep droppings as we go! lol. It strikes me this is an analogy of the Camino, the shepherd leading his flock to greener ...