Ciudad de Logrono Hotel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... the road. We backed up and Kathy got good footage as they lumbered off the ground and soared on a thermal into the sky. We saw a few more later in the day, perched high on a rocky cliff. The scenery of craggy cliffs, river gorges and terra cotta rooved stone villages perched on little hills made this and the next days drive a treat.
One town we came across was San Esteban del Gomaz, which had a backdrop of a crumbling hill ...
... ladies and an old man on entering, who were terribly proud of their church keeping roles. I had removed my hat and sunglasses, but I feared I was in trouble for inappropriate dress, my skort (skirt with shorts attached underneath ... "Come on Barbie, let's go Barbie, ooh, ooh ooh") was not past my knees, and was in fact was in only half way between my knees and vagina, and I thought I was about to be asked to leave. The older man quietly approached me, ...
... McDonald's, after all.
I live with two boys - which might surprise some people, after my experiences with a demented sex-addicted drug-dealing maniac in my last flat. And, come to think of it, in my house in Cambridge. And in my flat in Madrid. And in Bolivia.
(Actually thinking about it - why do the boys I live with always end up being such locos?? I'm only just seeing the pattern here! Mostly because they're Hispanic, but still...maybe I should consider lifting ...
... with the Basque Centre for Applied Mathematics in Bilbao. It was great to catch up with Dae-Jin and he took us to the old town where we sat and drank wine and beer and just relaxed in the hot afternoon. We then did a little tour around some of the landmarks and watched some traditional Basque games - impossible to explain except to say that the Basques are a crazy people who know how to have fun. The Spaniards live their lives "on the streets" they really spend all their ...
Met up with girls in Logrono for coffee and pastry. The wonderful thing about burning 3000 calories is you feel free to eat whatever! Bring on the pastries!
Girls are tired and their Dad will treat them to a hotel! Room. Logrono is very busy so all the hostels ...