NH Herencia Rioja
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TripAdvisor Reviews NH Herencia Rioja Logroņo
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... couple of hours away by plane you have those options.
A bigger day tomorrow with the walk at just over 31km. I won't be so concerned tomorrow and will probably sleep in and get away about 7.30. It is good to start early as you can break the back of most walks well before midday and get in at a reasonable time to explore a bit. Most of the people at this albergue staggered in today but each day they bounce back after a good night's sleep. We really do feel good now with ...
... get up and hike on! Don't feel stuffed, just sufficiently sated with a fuelled body!
Got into Najera at 1:45. That's 6 3/4 hours including brekky and lunch stops for 31kms, impressive given the terrain! Very glad I sent 3kgs of my stuff forward today, helped immensely and my feet are tired but not so angry with me. The calf still feels really "pingy" so I think I'll do it again tomorrow even though ...
... entry to the monastery and thereafter devoted his life to helping others. Built a bridge over the river for the pilgrims and a hospital for them too. Our son Dominic has just finished helping us by....building a chicken house. Strange things happen. He has also built a duck house for a friend. Not that he is a saint but still, it's an interesting synchronicity. To cap off the night, mariachis came marching down the street about 10.30pm, playing trumpets mostly. Memories of Mexico for ...
... of trees to sit under, where we had a meal that always sounds good in books, and tastes brilliant when you're wrecked and hungry (brown bread, ham, nuts, raisins and water) but doesn't sound so appetising now I'm back in a town.
It took Laura and Kathy a while to reach us, because they had stopped at this one single tree that was on a corner of the path, and that everyone was struggling to find shade beneath. An Italian lady described it best (although ...
... overtaking one poor guy from Canada who had developed blisters while walking on Day 2 and had resorted to buying a bike to continue his journey, which he was now pushing up K2. We opened our jar of peanut butter, digging it out with our 'wet wiped' fingers in the absence of a spoon. Peanut butter has never tasted so good.
We decided that if we were going to have to push our bikes, we would prefer to push them on the ...