AC Hotel La Rioja by Marriott
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... to about half a metre.
with the day getting late - about 7pm - we decided to stay in Logrono, which is the capital of the wine famous Rioja region. It is a city of 137,000 and is a modern city with a tiny old part. We stayed in a more expensive but pretty simple "business hotel". They have a shoe shine machine outside the lift!. The best part is that it was 200 metres from the old part which features its tapas area. Logrono ...
... though they were in safe hands, and all began speaking to me quickly, whilst smiling. I did a lot of nodding and acknowledging whilst saying "oh, agghhh, ooooh" etc, not understanding a single word, whilst looking around the dazzling interior. They armed me with an English description of the decor and relics, and personally took me to every sight of interest, which there were many, and we toured the entire large church, whilst the twenty or so other ...
... 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 ...
... of pain with his feet. And I got my first blister :((((( on my little toe. We spent the evening looking for new shoes for Clive and a hiking store so he can buy lighter gear! We found a bar that cooked pork on skewers - yumm - with a wine and a beer. Some protein at last. Then moved on to another bar for a salad to finish off our meal. Clive again took Mersyndol to kill the pain of his feet. We crawled into bed both weary and ...
... of the GFC on Spain. The new golf course though seems relatively well used, although I'm not sure by whom because no one seems to live in this place. Only 6 kms to go so we hot footed it to Santo Domingo de la Calzada arriving at around 3pm. Exhausted, more from the previous two long days, I lay on the bed. This is turning into the first thing I do when I check in to a hotel. Just to take ...