Hotel Marques de Vallejo
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This is nice and clean and conveniently located in town with plenty of restaurants and bars close by.
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Today's rest was needed by both Don and me. We slept in and had a lazy morning. After breakfast we ventured out to the festival that was beginning in the streets of Logroño. Logroño is the capital of the La Rioja wine growing region. Every year Logroño celebrates the beginning of the wine harvest with the San Mateo wine festival, a …
It was sad to leave Hotel Rural la Torrien de Ane. We felt like Ben Cartwright's guest at the Ponderosa! The similarities were not in appearance, but rather the atmosphere and rustic charm. The beautiful Spanish woman who greeted us upon our arrival looked the part. She had long black hair pulled into a pony tail, knotted at the nape of her neck, …
So after being out late last night dancing and having fun at the festival I was one of the last people to get out of bed and on the road today... I still got to enjoy the rising of the sun but only just, leaving town at 7.30am. I have a new appreciation for that time of day and enjoy walking as the sun comes up over the hills, the colours reflected …
... on our tour as well! I was very satisfied with our tour and our relaxing day in general, and after the tour we even got to pick our favorite wine from the tasting and take a complimentary bottle home! You have to love Spain!
We took the bus home around 9:30pm, meaning we arrived in Madrid by 1:30am. The next morning, Qian and I had also booked another Citylife trip (the company I went to Cuenca and Zaragoza with) to go to Segovia. So we were up by 7:30 to ...
... make an appearance tomorrow. Thank goodness it's tomorrow as their route is directly down The Camino. To be perfectly honest, there was no indication of a festival until we stumbled into the said street. There were what sounded like some gunshots or crackers but the action was definitely contained in one calle (street). There were also the same large puppets we had seen in Pamplona.
The walk towards Logrono was long and hard especially as it was past industrial sights ...