Posada Mayor de Migueloa
Travel Blogs from Laguardia
... the final 10km. The scenery of grapevines and mountains in the distance was yet again, amazing. The body started slowing down with about 7km to go. The town that we have landed in, Najera, is a cute little old town along the river Najerila, with a backdrop of a high rock face. Everyone is walking around quite sluggish after walking such a distance. We found out that Turtle is ahead of us, which is why we haven't seen her. She is over 60 years old and kicking our ...
... is the neatest drinking fountain in the world: turn one tap - you get cold water; turn the other - vino tinto!!! Red wine!!! It was delicious.
Fortified for the journey ahead, we walked through more wheat fields and tree groves, vineyards and weird olive-y vineyard things (they look like stunted olive trees, but have leaves like grape vines) I was just beginning to laugh off the thought that today was going to be very tough with no shade, when we hit ...
The longest walk to date, 18 miles today, feet are aching and we are very tired and irritable. Yesterday the weather was fab for walking it was cool and cloudy, today we have been in the sun all day. It was glorious this morning at 7.40 when we left our hotel but the heat was on by 11am. We have walked past lots of poppy borders which have been amazing and we ...
... This wine was is 90% Tempranillo and 10% Graciano and aged for 24 months in a mixture of French and American oak. Medium intensity with a beautiful deep black cherry colour. On the nose elegance, black fruits and a touch of cloves. Good structure in the mouth, great length with a slight bitter finish.
4. Graciano 2005
As well as the traditional Crianza and Reserva this bodegas also produced some single vineyard ...
... have seen some leverage in that town. And I can't really blame them! When you have Miss Daisy doing the Camino by taxi, and buses propelling japanese tourists all over the place, I guess if you start taking in every tired soul you are going to run out of space for the pilgrims who really need it (age, illness, etc).
I don't particularly find myself in the "needs assistance" bracket of the pilgrims, and that joined with the anger at those american ladies, made me react.
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed