Castillo El Collado
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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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 ...
... an art exhibit. We also bid goodbye to our friends, the 3 Danish women. They have used all of their vacation time and will be returning home. We walked 10.8 miles today from Navarette to Najera. Our trail was through open countryside and vineyards and did not pass through any towns. We would be tempted to channel King George III who famously wrote in his journal on July 4, 1776 that ...
... and moving on. Very social and informal, we love
it. And of course with everything quite affordable for us here it
makes this last part of our trip relaxed.
Finally caught some of the
F1 which was quite amusing seeing Spanish Spectators and their
passion before moving on to a little village to stay for the night,
El Cortijo which had a beautiful view across to the Sierras (and a
park across the road for Ella!)
... Cathedral which is located in a large open square with cafes, restaurants and shops, most are closed for Siesta until 5pm. Until then, we are sitting under the patio of the Albergue, watching people come and go, and saying hi to the people we have met over the last seven days. We have been disappointed not to have seen Turtle in the last two days. Hopefully we can catch up with her ...