Rodriguez was born in Ottawa but has lived in Mexico, where he started cooking at the age of 12, according to a biography posted on Navarra's website. He's inspired by cuisine from Mexico and the Basque region of Spain, and has worked at ARC The Hotel.
According to Condé Nast Traveler, Navarra — the region that hosts Pamplona's infamous Running of the Bulls — is emerging as Spain's next great food scene. Ernest Hemingway loved this 19th century cafe, where he began writing "A Farewell to Arms," "A.
In fact, most people watch which way we exit a hotel room to find the elevator, and turn in the opposite direction. Araceli Valdes, a teacher from Murcia, in southeastern Spain, flew up to ... west from La Rioja to the Navarra province in the Basque.
According to the Coca Cola company, a study they have just completed shows that there are 350,000 catering establishments in Spain, meaning on average there ... On the other hand, in Murcia and Navarra there are 531 and 340 persons per bar.
Over six days you see a string of golden-stone villages, spend two nights in a watermill and end up at the sumptuous yet informal Torre del Visco (00 34 978 769015; www.torredelvisco.com), one of the best rural hotels in Spain, which can also organise.
Architect, Patxi Mangado, from Navarra, has also designed Pamplona’s congress hall. The Grupo Melia runs the Palacio de Congresos and the adjoining hotel. The building took eight years to complete and was one of the longest running recent construction.
The Hotel Navarra Brugge looks more like an official residence than a hotel, perhaps because in the 16th century it was home to the consul of Navarra. Belgium was ruled by Spain at the time. It was rebuilt in the neoclassical style in 1720. Look for the N.
when phylloxera - a pest that feeds on the roots and leaves of vines - swept through France and into the north of Spain, it obliterated the region, wiping out over 95pc of those vines. Navarra is known for its rosado wines, a deep-coloured rosé made from.