Real Casona de las Amas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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We hit the trail this morning at 6:40, just before day break, requiring the use of flashlights for the first mile or so. At sunrise, we began climbing a steep section of path that became a wash and was littered with large stones, making the going slow and potentially injurious. Reaching the pinnacle, our reward was the first view of the vineyard covered valley and Najera below with mountains and mesas in the background. We walked into Najera ( pronounced NAH her ...
Our "Camino" family has changed as Brock's youth and Gittardo's long legs pushed them a half day ahead. Our core Camino family now is Renee, myself, and Susan (Washington DC) who has become a close friend. We often dine with Maria (Scilly) and a group of German kids we leap-frog with on the trail. We left Viana this morning and dragged our butts through to Lagrona, a beautiful city center but with a never-ending industrial outskirts. That took almost four hours. ...
We arrived in Azofra around 3:30 and scored one of the last pods... 2 in each pod. It is the municipal albergue so you could not make reservations. We spent some time in Najera eating lunch and checking out the Mideval church. I don't know how everyone gets to their albergue so early and also claim to walk 30km.
It was cool today when we saw the sign "582km to Santiago"! We have ...
Viloria de la Rioja to Villafranca Montes de Oca - 20.2 kms A sleep in!!!! Supposedly no-one supposed to make a noise / rise before 7am in our private Albergue. The man on the end decided differently. He was up at 6.15 wandering around. We are all up by 6.45. Breakfast was the usual bread or cake :(( with tea or coffee. At least we had butter and jam to choose from today. As we departed the showery rain started, so we began with all our wet ...
Started out as gorgeous day as we made our way through La Rioja. The region is known for its abundant vineyards and wheat fields. We passed through several towns along the way. Ventosa (meaning windy) was the most notable and very aptly named. We dealt with a heavy headwind with scattered rain for the rest of the journey to Azofra. We passed up the major town of Najera for the more intimate Azofra and made it just in time, recieving the 3rd and 4th to last beds (of 60) in ...