Ciudad de Logrono Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... meal I am a fan of, Fuzzy's still trying to embrace. Moira's trying new foods and Celia and Tess have put on the breaks and refused to eat at restaurants. They are subsisting on bread, milk, and our daily ice cream. The tapas I have to admit are a bit intimidating. Fuzzy and I have upped our wine consumption, in part to make up for not being able to visit the Bodegas (wine tasting) in La Rioja because we are with kids!
... rubbish. Tomorrow's full walk according to my Brierley book, is even longer than yesterday's, at 18― miles and that would be crazy for me in boots new or old and not getting going much before 10.30, so I will have to cut out a bit. You notice I haven't actually used the word TAXI yet, but I think one will have to figure in my Camino tomorrow.
The Compeed helpline (I'm so buying shares in whoever makes them when I get back) recommended 3-4 ...
... outside until about 1am and then the first crazy pilgrims left at 0450. For goodness sake, it was still dark outside! So not the best night's sleep.
I'm not going to write much today because I'm in pain!! It was a wonderful walk but too long for me. Everyone hunkered down and was trudging along, mostly alone. Very little conversation to be had so I started my Kindle audio download of Wolf Hall which I had ...
... off into the heat of the day more than a little bedazzled. It was late, almost 12.30. It was hot, and I was feeling hungover from my 3 glasses of vino Tinto yesterday, now I don't drink so often. It was a truly beautiful walk, through grape vines and what has become the usual, spectacular rolling green hills and country side. I walked 8kms up to Torres del Rio, stopping for a break at Sansol, where I aired my feet in the shade, but the bar was closed. ...
... spotted a nearby bench in the shade and you probably have guessed what happened next. After ten minutes or so wandering thru nearly all the narrow streets of the village, Jim found the hotel, confirmed with the owner that she was expecting us and then returned to our rendezvous point. We gathered our gear, and at 12:15 pm reached our destination for the day after 12.9 miles. Las Aguedas is a very nice B&B. It is in a restored 18th century house/bakery in the center of ...