Hotel Zenit Calahorra
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... off into the heat of the day more than a little bedazzled. It was late, almost 12.30. It was hot, and I was feeling hungover from my 3 glasses of vino Tinto yesterday, now I don't drink so often. It was a truly beautiful walk, through grape vines and what has become the usual, spectacular rolling green hills and country side. I walked 8kms up to Torres del Rio, stopping for a break at Sansol, where I aired my feet in the shade, but the bar was closed. ...
Viana to Navarette It has been a sluggish start to the day, walking through industrial land and city outskirts and it took me a while to find my rhythm. After a few miles, I crossed over from Navarra Province to La Rioja region which seemed like a significant moment on my journey. The next big town was Logrono which has a university and cathedral ...
... beside "primero" meaning "rooms for rent on the second floor") and rang the bell... No answer. In perfectly clear Spanish and with a gesture or two, she suggested we keep ringing, periodically, until someone answered. She then wished us a buen camino, and left us. Five minutes and three rings later, someone answered and Jim, using the limited Spanish he has absorbed in the past week, got the person on the other end to open the door and after a few exchanged "hola's", ...
Met up with girls in Logrono for coffee and pastry. The wonderful thing about burning 3000 calories is you feel free to eat whatever! Bring on the pastries!
Girls are tired and their Dad will treat them to a hotel! Room. Logrono is very busy so all the hostels ...
... of home made rye bread. It was an Albergue run by Austrians. Most of these places are run by volunteers who come for a couple of weeks a year to help out and some do a few weeks at different Albergues often as they walk all or part of the Camino. One of the volunteers is a wire artist and while we were eating breakfast he fashioned my name with a walking person at one end and a snail at the other. He said the snail was Hedley! That was just toooooo funny, I slow ...