Ciudad de Logrono Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... had planned to spend the night in Viena, but I had only walked 18 kilometers and felt I could keep going - so I did.
A group of us decided we could make it to Logrono and so Siebe and Eric went ahead to find us a good hostel. Lillyana took a cab from Viena, but Tina (31 years my junior) and I decided to walk. We both realized that 25 km was our maximum for the day, but by then it was too late. It was wonderful ...
... of the hotel or the street it was on or near. Realizing we probably had gone too far, we began walking again, this time back toward the center of the city to hopefully find someone more familiar with our targeted location. We tried to enter the address into our google map with Google maps on Jim's iPhone, but it didn't recognize the address or the establishment name. We were crossing the street to go into an auto parts store to attempt to call a cab to take us to the ...
... old BSA side car and one swiss lady pushing a pram. She did it a number of years ago and is skipping the difficult mountains, still - respect! I had great night sleep last night but was up super early at 5am. So, i took the opportunity to get going pretty early, (much to the disappointment of my bunk mates) pack up and head out. It was a beautiful morning and i covered nearly 14 ks to Los Arcos in pretty quick time. I had soup, cheese, and crackers for breakfast and it was ...
... to open and close, and they are so much better at blocking out the light when sleeping.
24. Their outside water fountains at the parks resemble the dog water fountains that we have, they don't shoot upward, but rather the water falls straight down, more so like a faucet. It took me a bit to adjust to these haha; they are better for filling a water bottle though.
25. The sun is hotter here.
26. In the south of spain during ...
... off my feet is bliss! One of the great things about the Camino is that you never know when you're going to meet up with people you thought you'd never see again because they're on a different schedule. So it was really great to see a person I met on the second day and catch up for a pre-dinner drink. The Camino has many surprises on it's path and I'm sure I'll see more over the next four ...