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After a long drive through an open 5 lane highway sitting on 160klms being passed like I was doing 20Klms... With not a town nor a city or anything for that matter... for 300klms... except a service station that we were sceptical of unlocking the doors!!!! We got very lost finding the hotel and NO ONE SPEAKS ENGLISH …
... obviously been renovated recently. My initial reservations were unfounded as the room was fine and it was serviced everyday.
The reason for being in Logrono was that around 30 kilometres away was Circuito de Navarra and a round of the Spanish CEV Championship, I had several reasons for wanting to attend this, one was that an old friend was going to be racing there and also I wanted to see what a Spanish Championship round was ...
We docked at 11.45 and getting off the Ferry was really quick. We were on the road Sat Nav working flawlessly. In 3 hours on the emptiest road I have seen we were in Zaragoza. But the toll was more that €30 which probably explains the clear ...
... in until 5PM. The lady at the reception was very helpful and even marked a few spots of interest (Supermarket,Tapas,Sights,etc) on the map for us. After dumping our gear we went hunting for lunch and decided on some nondescript restaurant advertising lunch for 10.95 Euro. Chris Campbell had mentioned these great deals when she was in Spain. The daily Menu choice of 4 Entrees, 4 Mains and 3 Desserts.The owner asked us if we had ...
... our own cooking.
Around 7pm, when it was getting cooler, we visited the Palace. It is and I quote from wikipeida
"a fortified medieval Islamic palace built during the second half of the 11th century in the Moorish taifa of Zaragoza of Al-Andalus, present day Zaragoza, Spain. It was the residence of the Banu ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed