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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Murrieta Hotel Logroņo
Travel Blogs from Logroņo
... of coffee, fruit and croissant(s) and then realised that everything is shut so I'm going to do some laundry, some quiet reading with my feet up and something gentle playing in the background on Spotify and then go for a wander. Heaven. Lovely Dutch Yvonne is on her way here today so hopefully we'll meet up later. Reception had a little parcel from home waiting for me too, thanks Jodie!
And thanks to the power of the Internet, and John's ...
... stopped, the driver sighed and drove off. It was 2.30pm. I thought about the owners being disappointed with the lost business, but reflected no they wouldn't, they're at home after having lunch with their family and taking a siesta .... they've got it worked out more than we do with our busy, stressful lives. At Torres I was looking forward to visiting a church associated with the Knights Templar. These Knights once kept pilgrims safe on this path, as ...
... for the boys, and one for the girls. Being the only girl, this strikes me as an excellent arrangement. I hate and despise sharing a bathroom with a passion like riotous and vomitous fury. I don't even particularly like sharing a flat.
Luckily, my flat is a glorious haven to antisocial behaviour. (What's the noun for anti-social? Anti-socialness? Anti-sociability? But you don't say someone is antisociable...Antisociety? **** you, English language).
My other flatmate, ...
... would go up and skydivers would come down. Hot air balloons were also going up and so too were the bird scare guns across the wheat fields. Last sunday it was church bells ringing out across the wheat today it was the boom of the bird scare. Today on the walk i approached a town called Ciraquai. On the outskirts it looked very different to anything i had come across yet. I could here the familiar 'thwack' of a driver on golf ball and the lovely fairways soon came into view. ...
... call ahead to reserve a room in order to avoid a repeat of the mattress on the gymnasium floor but reserving is not always possible. Some small towns have no lodgings and others have only Albergues and many of them operate on a first come first served basis. Some days, hiking an extra hour or two in order to get a better choice of lodging will not be an option. Well, it's time for "lights out" so I need to be a good neighbor and ...