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I stayed in a hotel here in Logrono. My own facilities and my own room. Wow what luxury. Today(Monday morning) I met up with my Irish mates and we went over to the Basque area by taxi to look over a winery called Marquis De Riscal. The building at the winery was designed by an architect that was involved with the design of the Guggenheim in …
... at 3pm until 6pm for siesta (it was currently 2.55) The next suggestion was the expensive looking castle monjardin winery. But hey i was hungry, really hungry. Even the walk down there was beautiful with lavender and roses in the gardens. Anyway in i went, told the waiter i was looking for some thing really small to eat and a red wine. He picked the accent and asked if i was Australian and if i had heard how my friend was doing after the accident with san fermin. He ...
... expected a lovely time visiting open cellars and enjoying a tipple. Instead we found an adhoc city and that Spanish wine regions are much different to Australia- you can't just rock up and get some free samples. Finding an open cellar is tricky and if you do find one you have to pay for them (scandalous!). With limited luck with the vineyards we headed into Logrono to enjoy a glass or two at ...
... paths. Tons of people are out and the scenery is stunning. I will take pictures later, I was a little busy just living in the moment. There is a mountain trail that I want to run/climb as well.
Well, so far, so good. I am giving a presentation in school tomorrow (for Lorenzo's class) about living in the US and what it is like over there. This weekend we have plans to travel as well.
Ciao for now
... something had happened in the area from a historical perspective, maybe one of the many wars that impacted Spain. Anyway, I kept on going, pumped up the volume on my iPod and walked to the outskirts of Logrono. At some point I became aware of people behind me, and given the creepy feeling I had I wasn't sure what to do, so I removed my earphones and kept walking. It was not long after four Spanish gentlemen walked up beside me. One of them ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsF&G Logrono Logroņo
Ok - They charge you for water. The service in the cafateria was shocking. The girl would not deliver the food 5 feet past the counter where she worked and I was the onlyu customer in the Place. Each time I ordered somthing a beer or something to eat, I had to get up from my seat and walk 5 feet to the counter and collect it.
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