Ciudad de Logrono Hotel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... since everything here is novel. The local parks were made for Moira and Celia's climbing abilities. Going to the grocery store is an adventure. Making new friends is still the preferred activity of the big girls.
Temperament: Moira is still the same, a bit more agitated with all the sister time. Celia is perhaps more easy going and helpful than her usual self (she's on a high from the Spanish tooth ...
... 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 ...
... rapid fire, rolled out the fastest Spanish I've heard yet. I had no idea what he said. I identified myself as not speaking Spanish and being Australian, and he raised his hands in the air, and shuffled off quickly over to the ladies. All three then came over, and all those feelings of "I've reached the limit of the RSA law, and I'm on my way out" came back to me. They started tugging at my pack and removed it, took my walking poles, sitting them down and ...
... although the church was not scheduled to be open, we snuck in just before the start of a funeral mass. As with many of the churches in Spain, very different and interesting. The second church, San Pedro, appears to have been a much larger and more imposing landmark before it was destroyed in a war. Three walls of the church are still more or less standing, so you can get a good idea of what it was like. Although our visit to Viana was short, it was worth the ...
... One section of the balcony is surrounded with fruit bearing vines, so we can sample the Tempranillo grapes of La Rioja while we lounge. Francisco gave us additional information about dinner options in the village and as he left us, offered to wash our dirty clothing for 2€, which we accepted. We've had our showers, Linda just hung our washed clothes out to dry and we are about to be overtaken by siesta time. After a lazy afternoon, we had dinner at the Albergue in ...