Real Casona de las Amas
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Real Casona de las Amas Azofra
Travel Blogs from Azofra
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 ...
... up with our Italian and Australian friends from Viana, with whom we've patented a top secret game to come out for mobile phones in the future; and yet another Italian who inherited a guitar from the hostel because one of the pegs is broken and with whom we had an impromptu guitar engineering session, thanks to my ever-useful penknife. I actually managed to tune the string up somewhat, and he played some very nice classical guitar before the heat got to him and he ...
... literally ran with wine rather than water, we showed a little more interest. He kindly said if we didn't have time, then we were welcome to sample the wine from his water bottle which he had just filled from the fountain We couldn't help noticing that the front of this lovely Irishman's white socks were tinted red.
Once we reached Villamayor de Monjardin, with it's wonderful bodega and tasting room, we rejoined the ...
Everyone woke up early so I got up too and left at 6am and walked for an hour and a half without seeing anyone. The countryside has changed and become drier. There are no woods or big shady trees and I passed several vineyards and wineries that this area is famous for.
I arrived in Ventosa ...