Ciudad de Logrono Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Just letting everyone know I survived my first midterm of the semester, and a week from tomorrow I will be DONE! After a long week of studying and working, I slept early on Thursday night to prepare for my day trips!
On Friday morning, my friends Qian, Lauren, Madi and I woke up early to catch a bus at 8am to La Rioja, a region of Spain known as wine country! We went to the city Logroņo, about 4 hours north of Madrid. This is the most northern city in Spain I ...
A warm day and not too much on the road, until Logrono! A few more hills but relatively calm. Chain came off just outside Los Arcos but put it back on with no problems. Stopped for my now obligatory coffee and cake at Los Arcos. Some more beautiful little towns and views. On arrival on the outskirts of Logrono I wasn't sure which way to go and a friendly local suggested I take the Camino trail in as I might die ...
... penny to each friend she made at the park (fortunately the friends also speak Castellano)
4) Traveling abroad is an expensive but sure bet technique to making kids lower maintenance. Too hot? we can't control the temperature. Hungry? we can't find food right now. Impatient? sorry, we're lost. Tired? we'd like to sleep too, but... Did you say you don't have ketchup at this restaurant? that's right, you heard correct. I won't say the girls are ...
... who laughed and said that their son was about as alive as the hen and cockerel that he was about to eat for his supper. Whereupon said plateful of food came to life and began to crow. Ever since, a hen and cockerel have been kept in the cathedral in a special coop with a piece of the gallows above it. Smart mediaeval Camino marketing? Among many utterly beautiful relics and treasures, there was one particularly random group of exhibits in the cathedral - a vast array ...
... So, being an optimist and believing in the inherent goodness of people, I think that the magic happens when we slow down enough to notice and appreciate ourselves, others and the world around us. It's that simple. Our group of four solo women walkers who chatted and laughed our way over mountains and glasses of Rioja has now become two. Elsa, our young friend from New York who had walked with us from Orisson, decided to walk on ...