Hotel Zenit Calahorra
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Travel Blogs from Calahorra
... tables making instant coffees and chatting in fluent Spanish in an effort to make us feel at home! Spent most of the day walking through lush vineyards and wineries. We did have a few plump ripe grapes from the vines as we walked! Arrived. Najerra, another historic 11-12th century town early afternoon not having had lunch. We quickly showered and changed and went to local cafe ...
... the Camino to discover what her grandmother knew. We ate dinner at Restaurante Borgia. Jose Luis created a wonderful experience for us. He kept our glasses full with champagne, then wine and water. He kept our plates interesting with salmon, beef, fungi and tuna specialties. And of course a delicious chocolate cake and gelato completed the meal. To bed by midnight, hopefully a moderate walk tomorrow to our next ...
... Where are you going?" All of this time they were trying out Cindy's walking poles. Suddenly they broke into song in unison singing in accented but perfectly understandable English: "My name is Cindy from America. I am walking the Camino to Santiago. I have fish, I have chicken..." We don't really know where the fish and chicken came from but we're guessing that since they were singing in unison with the same melody, it must have been ...
Today was a good walk, nothing too arduous. Lots of hills but I guess my body is getting used to them now. I walked more slowly today, walking with Kym for the whole 30.1 kms and although it was the longest day so far, and my feet were throbbing by the time I got to the Hotel (Duques de Najera) a little lie down and resting the feet did the trick. At dinner tonight I bumped into Tony Whyte from Monbulk. I knew he was walking the ...
... In most other cities, they would have eaten by 6pm and be in bed by 9pm.
Today, was just the perfect Sunday. I think I slept into 3pm. My body was just feeling really exhausted and aching from all the recent activity. I think its in shock. My right knee doesn't feel so strong too so I'm going to stop running for a few days (good excuse!). And I think today was the first day, we didn't spend any money except for our rent.