La Casa Verde
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and was responsible for building a bridge across the river to allow their safe passage. The Chook is of special significance in this town! A pilgrim passing through spurned the advances of the Mayors daughter so she placed a silver candelabra in his knapsack. When discovered he was accused of stealing and ordered to be hanged. When he was strung up he didn't die and in fact asked locals to cut him down as he was still alive. ...
... passed through the mountains. We checked into our hotel and had a late lunch (by Australian standards but not the Spanish). We then strolled along the Nervion river to the Guggenheim museum, which is quite stunning visually. We spent a couple of hours at the museum looking at a range of exhibitions from George Braque to Yoko Ono. We then headed back to meet the rest ...
... a year in different parts of spain teaching English as a second language... Talked to Michelle and Elliot.. Mother and son walking to santiago before he goes to college.'and yesterday a mother and daughter team. Each time tears rolled down my cheeks realizing the importance of every moment. We shared the beauty of their time together and mom was right there with me sitting on the seat next to me. Got to the Albergue in Viana and the ...
... free from other people's smells, talking, snoring and disturbing bodily noises. We finally got some sunshine (in amongst the clouds) while sitting on the hostel terrace. After a day of rain and wind, even sunshine on a 14 degree day felt really warm and soothing. I just wanted to sit there and soak it up as much as possible. We went into town for dinner and were sitting outside having a drink when one of the creepy Austrians suddenly appeared through the crowd like Dracula ...
... low, revealing striped layers where the water levels had slowly sunk. Often old treen roots, houses and bridges could be seen having once been low in the valley but now covered in water most of the time.. It was a really epic journey which we loved. Eventually arrived at a camp site in Naverette a small town in Rioja just qst of Logrono. One Dutch couple and another 2 English ones. Geoff, a headmaster and Sue a teaching assistant from Briggs have become our new BF's. we ...