San Fernando

Address: Paseo de San Julian, 1, Najera, La Rioja, 26300, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Paseo de San Julian, 1, Najera.
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Travel Blogs from Najera

Walked through wine country!

A travel blog entry by chrylec on Jul 07, 2015

4 comments, 4 photos

... a 15 euro Albergue with 16 beds in it. It is clean and small, but of course we wont know if it was a good idea until we see who we share with. We are still hanging with Rosa and she continues to umuse us with her stories and great sense of humour. Tomorrow we are walking 24km to our first Parador where we will spend a little money but really get a good nights sleep. After tomorrow I really expect to be in the whole groove of the ...


A travel blog entry by jbtravel on Jun 03, 2015

5 photos

... lunch and a pintxos (tapas in Basque) crawl for dinner. We've been walking with a small group of people for the last couple of days, which has been nice. Sometimes it's nice not to have to introduce yourself to new people every evening. In comparison to others, I think we're holding up moderately. Bridge and I have matching right knee braces. Bridge's packed up walking around Pamplona, mine the following morning about 2 hrs out of ...

On the Road Again.....

A travel blog entry by caminogals on May 28, 2015

4 comments, 7 photos

... course, we also had to find an outdoor store to buy more shoes or at least find some that don't hurt your feet when you have blisters. We met with success in all areas.

We found a nice produce market (but don't touch the fruit or vegetables, please!) and some cool bars for pintxos to have for dinner later.

For a bit of fun, we found a local bodega (winery) for ...

All sorted!

A travel blog entry by lisarickenberg on May 18, 2015

6 comments, 13 photos

... Colorado and Julio from Guatemala. They are separating tomorrow because Julio has a leg injury which has flared up. There were no proper doctors for the miners or their children. He was so warm and open I really hope I bump into him again. Mary and I are going to try and catch up later. A young Italian chap came in and asked if we were walking. He's from the Dolomites and is cycling the Camino. He has spent one night in the airport and one in a ...

The Camino Will Provide

A travel blog entry by 2appreciate on May 09, 2015

39 photos

... most welcoming aroma to start one's day with.

D was anxious to get going, and so there was no sleeping in. We were up and out by 8. While packing our bikes for the day, a man also staying at the Pension said, "Must be easy doing the Camion on bike". I've come to the early conclusion that cyclists realize how hard going up (and down) can be on this terrain ... and non-cyclists don't really get it. I am reminded of one of my reflective words ... "non-judgement" ... and so ...