Sercotel Boulevard Vitoria
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We loved this place. We got an apartment that had two rooms and slept all four of us comfortably. Very modern, extremely well equipped, even had a kitchentte. Excellent
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... some tractor had some difficulty. The harvest and crushing is very important to the economic health of the area. Tractors were still pulling up after 10:30 pm and they were back at it when we were eating breakfast around 9 am the next morning. Becca's corner: I had a chocolate dipped donut with my expresso this morning. The donut was dipped in chocolate on one side and drizzled with chocolate on the other. And get this! and it was chocolate filled! ...
... added up to a slow crawl, jammed between HGV's and cement mixers!
First stop, Tudelo (NOT to be mistaken for the altogether bigger and more exciting town of Toledo!). Trapped in a cul de sac of medieval lanes, we abandoned the vehicle and nipped through the narrow streets, happy to be off the road. The International branch of Rotary Club had kindly gifted a bust of a Moorish invader and contemporary artists had decorated the walls with large graffiti and ...
... of wanderings.
We are also impressed by the tourist office, located in an old mansion at the entrance to the town, wonderfully laid out, friendly and efficient. Every city, town and village has its tourist office here in Spain and they are always the first place we visit to get an excellent orientation and advice on current events. How sad that Miami and Miami Beach do not seem ...
... when she sees the dark tunnel through the thick ramparts, she finally baulks. A raucous family group returning to the bottom persuades her that it isn’t as bad as it looks, and holding tight to me, she passes through the dark underworld to the light at the end of the tunnel. Once the scary part is past, the view over the fertile plains and the village of Poza de la Sal is beyond magnificent. The castle (we can’t even remember the name) was occupied ...
Logroņo - Navarette12.7 km (7.9 miles)
(The map location will not locate Navarette, the village where we are staying, so I chose a county location nearby.)
An early morning exiting the city treated us to a stroll along a tree and bench lined path used by local walkers and runners. Buen Camino! Everyone is so nice and they never seem to tire of offering the Camino greeting to pilgrims. At this point, only about 20 minutes into our morning we all ...