NH Herencia Rioja
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... McDonald's, after all.
I live with two boys - which might surprise some people, after my experiences with a demented sex-addicted drug-dealing maniac in my last flat. And, come to think of it, in my house in Cambridge. And in my flat in Madrid. And in Bolivia.
(Actually thinking about it - why do the boys I live with always end up being such locos?? I'm only just seeing the pattern here! Mostly because they're Hispanic, but still...maybe I should consider lifting ...
... so I joined them, along with Cheryl and Sharon. The local shop was open, a rarity in small towns, and an even rarer rarity...it had a toilet! Perfect timing. I purchased a banana and a can of tuna to demonstrate my gratitude at there being a toilet.
I left the group and headed off up and down very steep hills with beautiful views at the peak of each one. The hills weren't long they were short bursts of extreme steepness causing me ...
... around my foot and ankle, which was very painful, then sent me on my way. I woke up this morning with much less swelling and pain than I have had in days, and I am now able to bend my toes. He had another go at Aaron's pinky's too. It would probably be wise to stay in the same town as him so he can keep us moving when we are feeling sore. We just had another downpour and thunderstorms. Hopefully this only happens at the end of our days.... Fingers ...
... I was prompted to visit the town cathedral by a pilgrim. Inside the cathedral the Altar and surround were completed in Gold. There were statues positioned in there and it was quite spectacular. One reading around the church claimed there was a piece of the original cross in this bassilica. True of not I was most impressed. You had to put 1€ into the poor box to turn on the lights that lit the whole altar. I took some photos but not sure of quality. All this in a town not the size ...
... WiFi is more difficult than some of the books led us to believe.
All in all, at the end of the day we are thankful for a place to rest our heads, our bask, and our feet. We are in beautiful country, meeting so any beautiful people. This German girl in the photo, Gramona, has criss crossed our path several times and although she speaks only German and we only speak English we communicate pretty well. She goes to every church and is often disappointed when she ...