Posada Mayor de Migueloa
Travel Blogs from Laguardia
... to the pintxos restaurants, San Sebastian is also home to three of the six Michelin 3 star restaurants in all of Spain, and Scot and Keely will definitely sample at least one of these wonderful places.
After a really fun lunch, Scot, Ross and Kaitlyn braved the rain to go out to find a store that is open (nearly everything is closed here on Sundays). With their limited Spanish they got directions to one of the few open stores in the town, only a half mile away, ...
... just kidding! There was lady from the public (part of the blue peņa) who went in there and clearly had experience in the bull ring. Afterwards we got to see a mini-"running of the bulls" throughout the streets of the pueblo. It was not nearly as large as Pamplona, but it was safer for sure!! The bulls in Pamplona at the Festival of San Fermin are double the size and with their sharp, large horns, these toros can actually kill people who are running. No one at the event we ...
... entry to the monastery and thereafter devoted his life to helping others. Built a bridge over the river for the pilgrims and a hospital for them too. Our son Dominic has just finished helping us by....building a chicken house. Strange things happen. He has also built a duck house for a friend. Not that he is a saint but still, it's an interesting synchronicity. To cap off the night, mariachis came marching down the street about 10.30pm, playing trumpets mostly. Memories of Mexico for ...
... comparisons come from the mind of Laura). It was as if someone built dozens and dozens of modern, similar flat (apartment) blocks outside Gurtymadden (google map it) and then it had been raided by zombies and everyone died or ran away. There was us and two cyclists going into the town, and we saw a total of four people besides us. So the pilgrims numbered the exact same as the locals. There were even Tudor style houses with those awful metal shutters that are everywhere, ...
We got back to the albergue just in time last night as it rained like crazy! Which is good because I'd rather it rain at night than during the day. We all slept reasonably well, got up around 6:45, and hit the Camino at 7:30. It was still overcast and quite chilly so I wore my sweater for the first time. It drizzled on and off while he were going. We arrived In viana around 10:00 (about 10 kms) and ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed