Carlton Rioja Hotel

Address: Gran Via del Rey D. Juan Carlos I, 5, Logroño, La Rioja, 26002, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Gran Via del Rey D. Juan Carlos I, 5, Logroņo.
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          Travel Blogs from Logroņo

          Walking on clouds

          A travel blog entry by lisa.casey on Oct 02, 2015

          10 photos

          ... song of the pilgrims for grace: Ultreia and Susceia: onward and upward to God! After dinner, the forty of us made our way through the downstairs secret passage to the church for a multilingual blessing. General themes of pilgrimage and inward thinking are common threads at these gatherings, a reminder that each of us are on some sort of journey to unpack ourselves and for some, to understand our relationship with ...

          Visit the Rioja wine estates

          A travel blog entry by ashleysa on Sep 04, 2015

          13 photos

          We did a round trip through the wine region to visit some estates. For most of them appoinments must be made and the small ones close between 1 and 4. At  the bigger ones you had to do a full tour with the wine tasting and that can take up to 1,5 - 2 hours. So we tasted at one (CVNE) and visited Haro a very nice small town where we had a good lunch. Next time we will plan it better. ...

          The Bootie Bath Bidet (and other realizations)

          A travel blog entry by zoellersdospain on Jul 09, 2015

          3 comments, 3 photos

          ... out of a box, and the gigantic bull billboards on the side of the highway. The thrill is just a bit larger than if we were in the states.

          3) Language learning happens here too! You can drive 1.5 hours away and be in a region where Spanish is the minority language! Moira is fascinated at this notion. The Basques speak Euskara, the oldest language in Europe, written with symbols that make it unpronounceable to even those of us bilingual folk. She gave ...

          The Cockerel and the Hen

          A travel blog entry by lisarickenberg on May 19, 2015

          5 comments, 18 photos

          ... legend that a German pilgrim called Hugonell stayed at an inn here with his parents. The innkeeper's daughter fell for him but her feelings weren't reciprocated, so the little minx planted a silver goblet in his pack and he was arrested and hanged. When his parents were on their way back from Santiago, they found him still hanging from the gallows. He spoke to them, telling them he was actually still alive thanks to Santo Domingo, and to tell the mayor. They rushed to ...


          A travel blog entry by me.andmyshadow on Sep 11, 2014

          2 comments, 7 photos

          Lots of surprises have happened whilst walking on the Camino. Many would say that this is one of the special things about the Camino.The phrase "the Camino provides" are often heard in response to good fortune. Not being superstitious or religious I think that the Camino is special because of its unique landscapes and culture. Its power is in providing challenge and beauty, solitude and community and enabling people to take time out ...