NH Herencia Rioja
Travel Blogs from Logroņo
Continuing my fitness campaign, and benefitting from the previous days run, I was able to pick a 5k route by the Ebro which did not involve me having to run around the same block five times at the end! I set off away from town towards a bridge reminiscent of the Blinking Eye bridge in Newcastle (it is actually the bridge of Práxedes Mateo Sagasta …
My first wake up in Logroņo and after a short but restful night I decided that it was about time I ran again. So after a brief study of the maps, I headed out for the river and a very pleasant (if a little slow) 5k along the Ebro. What a beautiful morning with soft sunshine, a slightly angry sky and a cooling 6°C – perfect. The run took me …
Well, here we go again, off for another, albeit short wine tasting adventure! This time to the wonderful region of Rioja in Northern Spain.
After a quite civilised pick up from home at 7:15 and an uneventful taxi ride to Stansted via a packed M25 easyJet managed to make the flight an agreeable experience with no queue for check in and an …
The last day took us to Haro – a very important village as it houses some of the most prestigious wine makers. The first of these was Bodegas Muga. Founded in 1932 and subsequently focusing on fine wines from 1964 and moving from a small cellar in town to the now imposing Barrio de la Estaciķn. We were warmly greeted and taken on an extensive …
... their clothes to dry on a line on the terrace.
19. People watch American-made TV shows with different language voice-overs.
20. Spanish people are much more aware of events, politics, media, etc. of other countries.
21. Most people want to learn or are in the process of learning English.
22. They walk just about everywhere, I LOVE THIS!!!
23. Their shades are different than the ones in the US. They ...
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