Hotel Zenit Calahorra
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Travel Blogs from Calahorra
... the streets - very pleasant architecture, and any new buildings have been built to fit in rather than scream "modern" and look out of place. Of course it is a normal Wednesday and reasonably quiet in the early afternoon. We had some pinchos (small tapas like portions) and a glass of Rioja wine for lunch and are now having a quiet reading time. We have been very conscious that there are now no basque words used, and ...
... trend for these sweet/crisp shops since Viana. They also sell baguettes, but they stock only junk food otherwise. I hardly understand it. We couldn't find anywhere that sold eggs or cheese yesterday at all. Anyway, the sugar rush generated by this particular bag of sweets from Logroño propelled us through the longest park I think I've ever walked through, and even inspired a choral rendition of every Disney song we could think of as we walked. It had initially started as ...
... involved. Take account of steep, rocky and slippy slopes, and you've multiplied your time estimates exponentially. I dunno, it's too late for maths. After teaming up with a Liverpuddlian who lives with a Galweigian and had only started his camino today, we passed through a garden with a friendly and optimistic farmer: "Uno kilometre a Puente la Reina! Buen camino!!!" and a guy who was probably his son, and was working with a sort of ride-on rotivator (which was a very ...
... side of the room let go his version of "Enola Gay"...boy did that get doors and windows open quickly! Alas it was too late, I had sweat everything I had liquid wise and I had already adapted to the tropical climate.
I never went to the boys scouts when I was younger, too good natured for my way of seeing life (Iron Maiden and AC DC summer camp might have done the trick for me). However, I do seem to enjoy building things with close to nothing. This time I was aiming to build ...
... of Zariquiegui ( not sure how to say that one!!! ) where I had the best ever pan a chocolate !!
As the hill got steeper on this rocky path Anne and I parted as I told her not to wait for me. Needed to pace myself to accommodate my VERY sore right foot from a massive blister on my little toe ! Hobbling along and gritting my teeth!!! Up the top ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services