Hotel Aire de Bardenas
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 160; I am very much at home here, thanks in no small part to my fantastic hosts Ana and Patxi, Ángela and the affection of all of my other old colleagues and friends. I could live here again. There are a couple of native speakers of English still in town and I confess to feeling slightly envious of them as the bus pulls out of town back down to Zaragoza. On the bus I also remember thinking oh dinner's ready ...
... condition but is un furnished and does not have a major museum on site. However, you are free to wonder throughout the structure, climbing to the many levels and even to the tops of its many towers and turrets. This was a very enjoyable afternoon experience and one filled with views and vistas that are hard to forget. From Olite we headed back to Pamplona - another very good day behind ...
... is a hotel that is maintained with the original antiques from when it was built in the fifteenth century.
(In the village of Olite there was also a first communion celebration going on, in Spain the young girls wear full white dresses just like in the US, but they also have this grandiose celebration with all of the first communicants and their families. They rented out part of the parador hotel for this.)
... Look! A big rock! ( We are in country Spain! ) A lot of fun though... Especially when someone yells 'Duck.' (No..... there are not lots of ducks in this area of Spain.... But haven't got to Madrid yet... There may be ducks there.) They yell 'Duck' so they can take a photo out the window. However there are bulls. See attached photo. Story goes that these huge black billboards used to be emblazoned with the name of a Spanish Sherry. ...
... now. Then the wind dropped and the sun came out! Oh well . . . it's a nice day for a drive!
We set off, heading back over the hills to the Cascante Aire. Rhoda said it would be a five and a half hour drive on the fastest route, that's 254 miles, and her chosen route was all motorway. So we examined the map and decided on a more direct route - a yellow road, the CV20, up into the ...