Posada Mayor de Migueloa
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... 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 ...
... s more stray cats living in this village than people and I think I even saw a tumbleweed drifting across the street at one stage. Errin is only funny when she's giving me grief in the blog i.e. Calling me El Foolio. Well, now that she has a new Spanish name (El Grumples) I'm sure we'll get along just fine. We're happy that we're moving again though coz another day in Santo Domingo ...
... a laugh, drank most of a wine box through the evening, with no ill effects. The following morning we packed up to continue our journey, sadly not able to say good bye to all as they were still asleep. We headed north to The Dinastia Vivanco http://www.dinastiavivanco.com/inicio.a sp and spent hours in the museum which told the story of wine, how it is made, consumed and travelled over time, plus amazing exhibits of corkscrews glasses and bottles, plus barrel making ...
... has finished washing. After dinner, everyone kind of did their own thing. A few of us went to the local market for breakfast items for the next morning, Andrea went to sing, some went shopping at the nearby stores, some played cards outside in the grass and some just headed back to the albergue. Lights went out at 10:00 p.m. But everyone was asleep by 9:00 p.m. Pain recap: What's hurting? Feet, feet, feet, blisters and ...