Castillo El Collado

Paseo el Collado, 1, Laguardia, Basque, 01300, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Paseo el Collado, 1, Laguardia.
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    Travel Blogs from Laguardia

    Arriving in Spain...Wine Tasting in Laguardia

    A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Jul 07, 2014

    59 photos

    ... 8217;t care much for the artwork on display there). We chose to catch up on our sleep, and enjoy a fantastic three hour breakfast on Sunday morning! The buffet at the Hotel Carlton was one of our most favorite yet, with so much outstanding fresh fruit from the region, as well as the famous Iberian ham, that we had to keep going back again and again.
    After our great breakfast, we loaded all of our luggage up into our (very large) Citroen 9 passenger van (bus) and ...

    Vacillos (small cows)

    A travel blog entry by awilkymacky on Jun 26, 2014

    37 photos

    ... 13 and 10) and their new AuPair from Canada, Michelle. It was nice to meet a friend around my age (she is 23, speaks french and english and is working on learning Spanish). We are going to try to meet up more often and do various things around Logrono. Also, we may travel to a different part of Spain together during a weekend when Im not traveling with my Spanish family.

    We al went to Laguardia (not the airport in New York) to see a bull show. There were four younger ...

    Logrono to Santa Domingo de Calzada

    A travel blog entry by cantycamino on Sep 18, 2013

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... the vineyards. He walked last year to mend a broken heart and this year to find his soul. About our age, as are many others. Young people are walking and riding too but we fit right in. We moved further away from the mountains into serious grape growing areas. They are about to pick the harvest so we saw heavy purple bunches all along the way. Inevitably we had to try them, they were sweet and juicy. Santa Domingo is St Dominic! The town is built round a cathedral of that ...

    Caught in Cirueña

    A travel blog entry by marymc21 on Jul 08, 2013

    20 photos

    ... crazy. We didn't listen, but to cut to the end, we're alive and uninjured. It was a very, very, very long hot, hot, hot day. All through wheat fields and poppy bursts, with about four trees along the whole route. We bumped into Brian, the Irish man, a few times, and bade him farewell at his resting place for the night, Azofra. Our intermittent companions Katy and Daniel had sort of separated to go at their own paces, and the last we saw of them was when having our breakfast ...

    Estella to Los Arcos

    A travel blog entry by joannemcleod on May 18, 2013

    1 comment, 4 photos

    We had 2 hours of cold pouring rain to start the day. I froze and for some reason, with less layers, Malcolm stayed warm. It seems that I always need to wear at least one more layer than Malcolm.

    We had another day of beautiful vistas walking mainly through vineyards and wheat fields. We were surrounded by gentle rolling hills spotted with wineries.

    Early in the day, we reached the Bodegas Irache and the famous wine fountain, ...