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... hotelier - sat under trees and enjoyed an amazing Goats cheese salad and Paella with chilled vino blanco- a well deserved reward after a long mornings walk. After a rest we explored the town, the highlight was the amazing Church - Monasterio Santa Maria de la Real - the burial place of many illustrious kings and queens of the Navarre. The legend says that Don Garcia the son of Sancho ...
... We walked to the town of Najera, where we visited the monastery of Santa Maria de Real, the final resting place of many of Navarre's medieval kings. The walk was about 9 kilometres, and the weather quite warm - we passed a few fellow pilgrims on the way, two on horses. We were then picked up by the bus and taken to the city of Logrono, where we will stay for the next 2 nights. We had a walk around the old town and had a traditional meal for the region for ...
... My spanish was really rough during day one but I can already tell that it is getting much better than before. After the field trip, the school day was over. We went home and I took a much needed siesta. Then we walked to drop Matilda off a skate practice (she is a winter ice skater). In the meantime, while she was at training, Lorenzo, Marta and I got my international phone card and went to a park nearby. It was a good start, but oh ...
... this morning. Some pretty villages early but we left at daybreak (7am). We were not able to get any photos early. Pretty countryside but very similar to yesterday with lots of wheat and grapevines. We also saw olive and peach trees along the way. Otherwise, an unremarkable day.
We staggered in to Viana at the 19km mark with sore feet and hungry. With our bread rolls, Richard and I also took some ibuprofen which kicked in and made the next kilometres bearable. Actually, ...
Granted our travels are rather
challenging with just a Michelin Map from 1998, but we eventually
found central Logrono, the capital of the region – La Rioja. You
may recognise the name, famed for it's wines. And scenically it's
stunning and quite unique. What appears as Dry, Arid Land, with
Vineyards and Orchards, jagged sierras in one corner of the eye and
Snow covered Mountains in the other, not to mention ...