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We got our 6:30 wake up call, bags out by 7:30, leave at 8:30. We left Madrid behind by way of tunnels under the city. One of the mayors of Madrid was nicknamed "The Mole" for all the tunnels he had built. One tunnel was 1 1/2 miles long. With the commuter/bus lane we made good time. We headed north on the same road we took to El Escorial. Once we …
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... a laugh, drank most of a wine box through the evening, with no ill effects. The following morning we packed up to continue our journey, sadly not able to say good bye to all as they were still asleep. We headed north to The Dinastia Vivanco http://www.dinastiavivanco.com/inicio.a sp and spent hours in the museum which told the story of wine, how it is made, consumed and travelled over time, plus amazing exhibits of corkscrews glasses and bottles, plus barrel making ...
... with hailstones as big as marbles, instead of today; but still, back to back 30km days put a lot of stress on the feet. Tomorrow is a shorter 20km - easy!!! We are finding the Camino to be quite busy. After arriving in Logrono mid afternoon yesterday we were surprised to find two albergues full and we took the final room in a third. The lady at reception was not willing to give us the room until we had 8 people to fill the beds. Just then, another 6 people walked in. God provides. ...
... last people on the road today, and it took forever to get into Logroño after getting our first glimpse of it from a hill yesterday. My right leg gave up almost completely on hill into the town, and we had to stop while Laura gave me some yoga stretches to do for muscles I can't even properly pinpoint. Logroño seemed absolutely massive and never-ending. We stopped at The Drunken Duck pub for a brunch - for fear we'd starve, like - and had a coffee and orange juice too. ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNH Canciller Ayala Vitoria-Gasteiz
Modern, upscale hotel with great rooms. Immaculate! Large bathroom with bidet and goodies like a dental kit and bath sponge. Great Location just 5-10 minute walk to the old city.
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