Balneario Termas Pallares - Hotel Parque

C/ Constitucion, 20, Alhama de Aragon, Aragón, 50230, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by david.glance

We pretty much flew into Najera (said Nahera) today -just under 17 k in just over 4 hrs - blustery wind behind us, sun glistening on the snow-capped mountains in front. Najera is a picture postcard town nestled between two peaks with gurgling mountain stream running between the old town and the new one (bits of the new one are a few hundred years old too :)). Perfect walk and finished the day lying in the sun in the village square: reading. The Camino is indeed divine! -Krishna ...

Navarrete La Rioja

A travel blog entry by david.glance

We came across the border into La Rioja (said Rio-ha) - the newest 'autonomous' province of Spain - only gained it's status post-Franco. I would have been tempted to call today's walk Rutas Horribilus - but most other perigrinos seemed to like the 22 k ramble on paved ...


A travel blog entry by david.glance

... I am not looking forward to walking through Logrono - which appears by all accounts to be a huge concrete jungle housing its 140,000 residents. Not a welcome thought for walkers. I think I might cheat and take a cab to cut across the city :) -Krishna ...

Los Arcos

A travel blog entry by david.glance

tonight at Los Arcos - after 21k - but the terrain is getting flatter - so easier walking. Signs of spring everywhere - cranes making new nests indiscriminately on industrial chimneys and church spires, blossoms on almond trees and even a couple of courageous daffodils poking out. And gloriously blue sky. We are making new friends every day and sadly saying a farewell one or two each night as well. -Krishna ...

Trying out the local dishes

A travel blog entry by lennea.nelson


I have been enjoying the local food so much here in Spain. I just can not believe how much flavour and intensity every bite has. I of course started with calamari because I love squid and this is the place to try it, and I was not disappointed. I had never seen such big calamari rings before, at first I thought our waiter had brought me onion rings! I've ...


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