Parador de Calahorra
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I will actually never see in connection to work - explanation to follow) and to look at the free room in his flat.
In all honesty, having done my fair share of high speed flat hunting in Spain and Colombia, I chafed a little bit at her insistence on forcing me to look at this room, and insisting on accompanying me to all other rooms I wanted to look at.
Awkwardness ensues as I do actually like the room in Robert's flat a lot, but offend ...
... beside "primero" meaning "rooms for rent on the second floor") and rang the bell... No answer. In perfectly clear Spanish and with a gesture or two, she suggested we keep ringing, periodically, until someone answered. She then wished us a buen camino, and left us. Five minutes and three rings later, someone answered and Jim, using the limited Spanish he has absorbed in the past week, got the person on the other end to open the door and after a few exchanged "hola's", ...
... only bench that could be moved and put it in the middle of the field were I wanted to sleep. Then I took the rain cover from my hammock and fastened it to the bench and then using two tent pegs secured the free ends down. I had made a make-shift tent. It took some further tweeking but I got it how I wanted it and slid my stuff under the sheet. My dad seeing my ingenious plan, placed his backpack where he wanted to sleep, then tied his open umbrella to the pack and covered ...
... so refreshing to make eye contact with people and say hello, and they happily respond. I forgot what that is like unfortunately. We have made if a little over 100 miles and we are now in the wine region, la Rioja! I can't wait to try it all :) tomorrow the leg us 18k to the city of najera. Should be an excellent walk! Signing off for ...
... to ride to our next destination - Logrono. So we boarded a bus, bikes stowed in the luggage compartment underneath, and settled back for the 45 minute bus ride. This helped us to avoid slugging it out up Villamayor de Monjardin which goes from 400m to 750m in 7 kilometres. You can imagine our distress. Logrono is a Camino town, big and interesting. A 14th century fort is nearby and we are near the exit route for the Camino which we will use tomorrow ...