right where it feeds into the dramatic Bay of Biscay. The venue, with its polished post-industrial interior, has a façade of glass. It invites in light and provides a clear view to the opposite bank, including that of the Hotel Maria Cristina, a favorite.
From home we’ve ridden to Portsmouth and I’m now sat on the Brittany Ferries crossing making our way across the Bay of Biscay on route to Santander in Northern Spain. Our original ... of staying in a salubrious F1 hotel, we’re doing the first part.
Madrid is the kind of city you could spend a month exploring. Unfortunately, my partner and I don't have that time and we are both keen to visit the Basque city of San Sebastian, in Spain's north, on the Bay of Biscay, which friends and relatives of all.
Five days here and I am besotted with San Sebastian, a Basque resort city on the Bay of Biscay, at the north-eastern neck ... Designed by Charles Mewes, the French architect behind the Ritz hotels in Paris and Madrid, the opulent hotel, which blends.
The small cities that line Spain’s Atlantic coastline and the Bay of Biscay couldn’t feel further from the tourist trail of Madrid, Barcelona or southern ... a sheltered small-craft harbor. Boutique hotels and multistoried apartments climb the hills.
NORTHERN SPAIN ... to Madrid, the capital; and to the unexpected, the northern city of Oviedo. From Oviedo, the Camino de Santiago, leading to one of Christendom’s greatest pilgrimage sites, beckoned. A few miles south of the Bay of Biscay, Oviedo.
For the next two days, you'll continue to travel through northern Spain, with stops in Pamplona, famous for the annual running of the bulls, for a walking tour and San Sebastián, on the Bay of Biscay ... Madrid, where you'll stay at the Catalonia Hotel.
We then descended to the Bay of Biscay to the fishing village of Getaria where ... dinner so a farewell sangria and pinxto completed our tour of Northern Spain. We leave for Madrid in the morning so 5 hours on the train will give us time to reflect and.
the Bay of Biscay and Asturias’s rivers yield sensational fresh fish and seafood, while the backdrop Picos de Europa offer up a whole array of tangy, pungent blue cheeses, which are not for the fainthearted. And with Asturias as Spain’s main cider.