Hotel Marques de Vallejo
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Thursday's walk covered almost 13 miles. We were walking in the countryside for the first two-thirds and the City of Lagrono for the final third. The countryside was once again beautiful but there was little forest and so little shade. We are working on some serious farmer tans! Lagrono is a good sized city of about 145,000 which means that they …
A very long day today- 29 km so we decided to get a packed brekkie from the hotel and set off at 6.30am Again needed headlights as we left in the dark but amazingly there were many pilgrims on the road ahead of us. It was wonderful to walk in the cool,of the morning with the sun rising at our backs and to reach our first cafe by 8.30 am. Caught up with many friends we'd met along the way and enjoyed cafe con leche with hotel snacks. Another long ...
... turned around and looked down the short street with the address of our hotel. No "El Camino" hotel. As a matter of fact, no hotels! The address was "2 Industria", so we walked about 5 steps to that address, a locked doorway, with buzzers for apparently, apartments. A nice lady, who spoke no English, approached us to help. Jim went into his spiel of what we were looking for, showed her the map and address in our guidebook. She pointed to one of the buzzers (which had the ...
Granted our travels are rather
challenging with just a Michelin Map from 1998, but we eventually
found central Logrono, the capital of the region – La Rioja. You
may recognise the name, famed for it's wines. And scenically it's
stunning and quite unique. What appears as Dry, Arid Land, with
Vineyards and Orchards, jagged sierras in one corner of the eye and
Snow covered Mountains in the other, not to mention ...
I thought today would be really difficult since it is our 5th day of walking without rest and our second 18 miler in a row but it proved to be easier than yesterday. Perhaps it was because we set out at 7am and it was a bit dark because of the cloud cover, or because it was cooler, or because we had not one cafe but two at our first rest stop, or because we walked for several kilometers with Eugene and Katya from the Ukraine, or because we are getting stronger, or ...