Castillo El Collado
Travel Blogs from Laguardia
... 8217;t care much for the artwork on display there). We chose to catch up on our sleep, and enjoy a fantastic three hour breakfast on Sunday morning! The buffet at the Hotel Carlton was one of our most favorite yet, with so much outstanding fresh fruit from the region, as well as the famous Iberian ham, that we had to keep going back again and again.
After our great breakfast, we loaded all of our luggage up into our (very large) Citroen 9 passenger van (bus) and ...
... 13 and 10) and their new AuPair from Canada, Michelle. It was nice to meet a friend around my age (she is 23, speaks french and english and is working on learning Spanish). We are going to try to meet up more often and do various things around Logrono. Also, we may travel to a different part of Spain together during a weekend when Im not traveling with my Spanish family.
We al went to Laguardia (not the airport in New York) to see a bull show. There were four younger ...
... close on Sundays in Barcelona, then I expect nothing (and I mean nothing) to be open in this small town. I also picked up some local wine and had a chance to walk around a little. What I saw impressed me and the people seemed really pleasant. Although, there were bunches of teenagers with their cheap alcohol mixes that were obviously going to tear up the town.
Today, Yang and I went for a longer walk around the old town and Yang instantly loved ...
... him in the correct technique. We stopped to watch and cheered when the boy successfully got hold of the fish and exclaimed ¡que guapa! It was one of my favorite images of the day. We continued on, parting from Antonio (his pace being faster than ours) and made our way through the Spanish countryside. It stayed sunny most of the day until we were just outside of Nájera and the sky began to darken. We heard a couple rumbles of thunder ...
... The walk today was longer than our feet can possibly understand and still love us, but it was not strenuous. When we reached our destination at 4:00 we discovered both of Albergues we had planned to consider were already full! Now we started scrambling to find a place with three beds. We chose a private Alburgue at the far end of town, and although referenced as updated it left a lot to be desired. Think campground with bunks. Our long walk experience today taught us ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet