AC Hotel La Rioja by Marriott
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TripAdvisor Reviews AC Hotel La Rioja by Marriott Logroņo
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... that in major ways! Angel and family are so great with the girls. Their favorite game is in the pool being chased by Angel the shark (we learned the shark noise in Spanish is chan chan chan). They idolize Estefania and have had lots of fun doing each others' hair, Moira especially is a fan.
Basically, every day Angel and family come to pick us up at 10am (we roll out of bed 15 minutes prior because we have ...
... you begin anyway and you see it through no matter what. You rarely win, but sometimes you do."
Oh and by the way, when I referred to flocks of goldfinches the other day, it should have been a charm. Isn't that a lovely phrase - a charm of goldfinches?
Never a dull moment here. No sooner had the church bells stopped a drum band started up. It was the Rioja Carrera de la Mujer, the Breast Cancer run.
And now I'm off to meet Yvonne.
... ok if it's what works for you but I'm not sure I'd come back if I left after a week. I couldn't go through all the re-acclimatisation again. So the full Camino it is ... As long as my foot heels. Get it?
I did see several familiar faces as I walked. The American family, always cheerful. A nice Canadian couple. Four Dutch women. Two French couples who take lots of photos. But I haven't a clue where all the other ...
... vines lining one wall, a bar, seating area and a very unique glass table over an old well. We followed our afternoon routine of grabbing lunch at a bar, getting showers, getting clothes washed and dried, a nap, blog/journals, and organizing our stuff for the next day. Our dinner was white asparagus (a regional specialty), paella, a tart/cake made from two different types of almond, complimented with a very nice, young, local La Rioja tinto wine. Señora Roset, the owner and ...
... and leaving, we sat at the table with the man there and dad went off to the shop to get some cold drinks. I got talking to the man, another American who had been in the town a couple of days because he'd hurt his foot. His name was Rasik and he was from Georgia. I offered him some of my cold sensation cream for his foot and he gladly accepted, we than talked a little about the camino and our lives before the camino. He was a philosophy student who had spent the last yea ...