Parador de Calahorra
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... but heck we ain't going slow. Now my hardest thing is going to get it home without damaging between now and when I leave Spain in June. Really appreciate the gift. Grateful.
Covered the 28km in 6.5 hours including a coffee break, a lunch break and a short break while Hedley checked out Albergue options and found out about a new one just opened up at €10/night. Beautiful and has blankets and lockers but there is a problem with the dorm door. It ...
... inclines which taxed us sorely. A kind pilgrim had painted white arrows and symbols all along the roadway which helped us with directions, The bikes were all playing up in one way or another. Rhonda's kept slipping the chain, a spoke went through Barry's trye and Jenny and I had trouble with crucial second gear. We limped into Estella. Because of siesta time we were able to find a bicycletta who was able to service the bikes for us by 10am Tuesday, Too ...
... gem of a big town that nobody seems to heard of - but we had a great nights sleep in our luxurious two bed dorm last night. It was 37 degrees right up until about 9pm, when it finally cooled to 27. Albergues don't bother with air conditioning, and heat rises, so since we were on the 5th floor, it was incredibly hot, despite the entire house being left open for the breeze to blow through. The luxury part was having a locked door, room to spread your belongings and - AND - a bed ...
... to discover). Sure enough, in uno kilometre we.were getting our photo taken at the statue of San Tiago by an Uruguayan couple who were simply tickled pink that we knew they were carrying around a cup of maté (South American tea, that's possibly slightly cocaine-ish?) and hadn't a word of English to match our lack of Spanish. Highly entertaining nonetheless. We met Princess on the way into town - twice, actually, since we all took wrong turns - and it turns out ...
... I had hoped to because my knee was really bothering me on the downhill climb. I'm staying tonight in a town called Uterga. I just had an incredible meal of salad, beef stew and ice cream. Oh yeah, and local wine! I'm not really sure what tomorrow will have in store, but I'm hoping to visit a church built by the Knights Templar. ...