Castillo El Collado
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 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 ...
... nests up around the belfry. We could see at least three storks in their nests which is kind of cute. Todays Inspirational piece, is a second one from Carole P. Thanks Carole, once again you have provided food for reflection.... "I pray to your Lord; my prayer rises with the sun. Never need I be afraid. No matter how uncertain things may be! Sometimes through me, Sometimes in spite of me You seem to find purpose in my ...
... God made it so. Whatever the reason, we just enjoyed our first bath, are preparing to slice a banana and peach and mix with plum yogurt. Eugene and Katya seemed to be late 20's, early 30's. He is a phd candidate in Germany and she is a translator with an ecology background. We talked world events, food, sociology of effective change in corporations (his thesis expertise). We happened upon them yesterday eating the blackberries and joined their lead. Today we ate many ...
... walked the skies became more threatening and by the time I arrived in Najera it was pouring rain. Everything got wet again. Went to the municipal Albergue because everthing else in town including hotels were full. Like a little wet pussy cat I have now settled into a dormitory of at least 100 people. Many familiar faces and we are enjoying exchanging stories about our respective journies. The young kids are just fantastic. They are warm, friendly and welcoming. Met up with Fabris ...