Hotel Aire de Bardenas
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Sunday, a group of us went to visit the Palacio Real de Olite (aka: Royal Palace of Olite). It was a little over an hour away from Logrono and we spent the day exploring the castle, having a great potluck picnic lunch, getting ice cream, and just spending time with friends. The castle was beautiful. This building was a reconstruction of the original palace that was originally built under the reign of King Charles III, ...
... enclosed by apartments...and there are restaurants and shops on the ground floor. Huge white market umbrellas all around the edges of the square as people dined outside. About every 30 seconds water would spray from the centre of these umbrellas....in a fine mist down onto the diners to keep them cool. Madrid is beautiful....I didn't know what to expect and the history and spectacular old buildings took me by surprise. Oh, and I saw the ...
... 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 ...
... into the mountainous Pyrennese. The road was extremely winding with many hairpin bends and some fabulous views. Surprisingly we didn't pass any border controls and there was no indication of when we crossed into Spain. Just a subtle change of road markings and signage. Rob was hoping for sentries and flags and such!
The D4 took us through a lovely picturesque village called Bera. ...
Contrary to the impression that one might get from the movies, castles were typically not very nice places to live in. Some rooms had fireplaces and those donīt do a very good job of heating a modern room with eight foot ceilings and R-12 insulation in the walls. Consider a room made completely of stone with 12, 15+ foot ceilings.Floors and walls of the more opulent digs were covered with rugs and tapestries to help make them a bit more ...