Parador de Santo Domingo de la Calzada
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TravelPod Member ReviewsParador de Santo Domingo de la Calzada
On pilgrimage, when injury happens, a special treat with rest and ambiance helps the healing. This is an exceptionally beautiful and tasteful hotel that embellishes the culture and history of the region. We are so pleased with both the accommodations and the staff. Highly recommended.
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Sunday was one of our longer days at 13 miles but it didn't seem so bad in part due the gentler terrain. We had a small hill coming out of Najera which sits in a river valley and we had a bigger hill approaching Ciruena but then it was downhill to Santo Domingo. Najera was more interesting than it first appeared. There was a big soccer match …
Another hot day in the forecast! Again the trail begins to climb as soon as we leave Logrono. We're thinking of stopping in Najera, 31 km away because of the heat. 3 consecutive days of riding in +30 C weather is taking its toll on all of us. The people we have met along the trail have all been very helpful. Today we have the good fortune to meet an Italian couple who are also cycling the Camino. We ask them how they know what roadways are ...
... asleep while clearing a section of forest and angels picked up his scythe and continued clearing. The most famous legend involving St. Dominic is the "hanging innocent". A German family, father, mother and son, Hugonell, were making the pilgrimage to Santiago. They stayed near Santo Domingo with a farmer's family, and the farmer's daughter tried to seduce Hugonell, who refused her. She became so angry that she hid some pieces of silver in Hugonell's pack and after ...
Well we thought we would try and give you a taste of Spain as we are experiencing it. The food has been wonderful! and of course it all comes with the local wine.
Walking along the way we have also been tasting the fruits of Spain. As we walked through Naverra and Rioja the grapes were all by the side of the path and it was difficult to resist having a little taste as we went along, my gosh there really is ...
Another absolutely beautiful day in in the La Rioja region of Spain. Clear skies and warm weather greeted us this morning when we woke. The La Rioja region of Spain is located in the foothills of the mountains that back up to the Basque Country. When you look out in any direction you see lush green vineyards as far as the eye can see. The area is comprised of quaint medieval villages that come to life in ...