San Fernando

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

A short walk of 21 kms

A travel blog entry by cherylmcinnes on May 14, 2014

2 comments, 12 photos

... on at this pace we would reach Santo Dominga de la Calzada by early afternoon. After a rest we got on the path again, leaving Azofra behind, heading toward Ciruena and it was mostly uphill to there. I walked a lot of today with Heather who is a Canadian, retired ex nurse. Her husband has very bad blisters on his feet, despite being athletic and an avid walker, so he is having to rest his feet and take transport from one town to ...

Dazed and confused pilgrims

A travel blog entry by kymmurphy on May 13, 2014

4 photos

... out the window or as they walk past hurriedly they'll point in the direction saying Buen Camino. Our first stop was at Navarette almost 13 kms from Logrono. Upon first appearances a desolate and dirty town however the old part of town was beautiful, as many of these places are. As we walked the long straight road on the approach into town a man walked past us in the opposite direction nodding his head in acknowledgement. I stopped to take ...

Logrono (618) to Najera (587)

A travel blog entry by derekandrew on May 05, 2014

5 photos

... fields, vineyards etc with only gradual inclines. Looks as if a few steep bits to come. In fact not too bad but doing 31K in one day is ******* feet. I had prebooked a room in an Alberge. Took me ages to find and in the end put in a very nice ensuite room in associated hotel. Prior to checking in had great meal at riverside cafe, mainly to get at wifi to find ...

Day 9 - Long hours on the trail

A travel blog entry by cropeterw on May 04, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... especially around the main square. The bells started ringing and it was impressive with four large bells going around and around.

We went to a restaurant that was recommended to us but unfortunately the waitress did not speak any English so working through the menu was very difficult. I ended up with a mains that I did not order but the waitress showed us her order book and they are always right, not the customer. It was inedible but I ...

Logrono to Najera

A travel blog entry by larimcdonald on Apr 21, 2014

7 photos

... one cafe in the full 13km (2 1/4 hrs) to the next town! Ugh ugh ugh! And the bulk of it hard surfaces. I continue to try and protect my feet by walking on what small grass patches I can find. They still are not happy with me. They are not injured in any way and no blisters, simply sore. Can't believe we were leaving a major town and couldn't get coffee! But we found this amazing (and almost missed it) little cafe ...