Hotel Zenit Calahorra
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... his brother in law, they left the day before Kym and I and started at St JPdP the day we arrived there. I had met Tony and his wife once and very briefly at Mass the Sunday before leaving Australia. We all had a fun night at dinner, and lo and behold they were staying in the same Hotel as us as well. We saw them briefly the next day at breakfast as they headed off ahead of us. Beautiful scenery along the way of course and its ...
... who runs it on the pick of the restaurant for dinner. It turned out to be one of the most disappointing meals we have had. Overpriced and very average. They ended up getting Pete's order wrong and he hardly ate what was given. Onward tomorrow to Najera a distance of 29.18kms. This will be another physical test for us. My legs are going fine it is just the feet at the moment that is the ...
... It was a short day today, though our bodies felt like we had been walking for most of the day. We reached Lagrono by midday, passing through the great wine-producing region of La Rioja, which has been welcoming the Pilgrims since the 11th century. I'm sure we will have the chance to taste one of the wines over dinner. It is a hot 35 degrees in this large city. There is a 14th ...
... duple time, taa-i ti, taa-i ti, taa-i ti, endlessly, endlessly all night long). Laura described it as similar to a sick ward in a TB hospital back in the day. We had planned on giving ourselves a sleep in til 7am, which did NOT happen, since we were awake pretty much all night. It did result in an unusually late start for us though, which, happily, all worked out fine in the end. A little aside about the hostel in Pamplona: bathrooms. Plural. Did not exist. What we had was ...
... could see the beautiful wheat fields rippling in the wind. As the breezes blew, the color of the fields changed from a silver almost to a vibrant lush green. The pictures we all share can hardly do any justice to such landscape or structure. Later down the road, Ezra and I decided to take a little rest at a cafe in Uterga. He told me I must have an espresso, so I did enjoy my first one ever! (I believe I was quite jittery the rest if the day! And I don't ...