Real Casona de las Amas
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- 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 ...
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 ...
Well, might I say today has just been a bit incredible . After finding out Ann Arbor was sick with a fever, it was a fight to keep the window open in the room for fresh air. Apparently Europeans don't believe in fresh air when they sleep, they prefer hot, muggy, germ filled air. So, of course when we finally went to Bed all the windows were closed and if was about ten thousand degrees in the room. I fell asleep for about three hours until I was ...
... Anyway - ultimately the rain stopped and the red mud came to an end - life was looking brighter and possibly even worth surviving the last 8kms to Santo Domingo! In that last 8kms we were taken past - within 500m of each other! - one of the top golf courses in Spain which was right beside a ghost suburb of townhouses and apartments that have been built but never sold or lived in - very bizarre and sad. During this day's walk we have also left behind the vines and source ...
It was a dark and stormy.....day. We left a cloudy Belorado around 8 am. It wasn't until mile five when the rain came down. Luckily we were just entering Villafranca and took shelter in a near by bar. We let the rain pass as we enjoyed our usual cafe con leche and tortilla (omelet in Spain). Ryan retired his sandals because they became quite muddy and he was slipping all over the trail. He put back on his boots before he ...