Hotel Condes de Haro
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We knew it was going to be a long walk today so made sure we were out the door by 6.15am. It was pitch black and we were the only ones walking at that time so with that in mind we had our headlights on and started power walking into the darkness. It is amazing just how much energy we had first thing in the morning we even surprised ourselves. We continued to walk at lightning speed in the dark until all of a sudden we hit a main ...
... to about half a metre.
with the day getting late - about 7pm - we decided to stay in Logrono, which is the capital of the wine famous Rioja region. It is a city of 137,000 and is a modern city with a tiny old part. We stayed in a more expensive but pretty simple "business hotel". They have a shoe shine machine outside the lift!. The best part is that it was 200 metres from the old part which features its tapas area. Logrono ...
... of times, like an aeroplane waiting to land.
I passed various interesting things - the Puyo de Roldan where there was a legendary fight between Roldan, a Christian knight and a Muslim giant called Ferragut. Needless to say the Christian won and liberated Charlemagne's captive Knights, a David and Goliath tale. Sadly there's now a telecommunication mast on the hill. Next to it was one of many beehive shaped huts along the Camino, which ...
Supper last night - Pilgrim Supper and I sat with a lady from Arizona. I'd better not say her name because she was SCARY. Extreme right wing Christian. Whoa. We had the 'Obama is secretly a Muslim' conspiracy theory, her view on how lax we are in Britain. And so it went on. I felt like Louis Theroux sitting with her and asked some Louis style questions, just so I could practice that incredulous look he does so well.
... some of the buildings like the cathedral are 12th century, a lot of buildings had modern aspects but have to keep the old facades. It is known for its wine, often there were places we were walking over that had cellars underneath. There is alot more people and shops, cars, restaurants, bars etc. We walked around and got a tour of the city, very small covered the main area in about an hour. We stopped off for drink at ...