A pleasant but felt like a long walk to the very bizarre small town of Cirueña – the first cafe stop of the day. Cirueña seems to be made up of deserted housing developments which surround the Rioja Alta Campo de golf, where precisely one person was ...

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  1. 25th September, Camino de Santiago, Azofra to Santo Domingo de Calzada, 15.2km
  2. 24th September, Camino de Santiago, Ventosa to Azofra, 16.9km
  3. 23rd September, Camino de Santiago, Logroño to Ventosa, 20.4km
  4. 22nd September, Camino de Santiago, Torres del Río to Logroño, 20.6km
  5. 21st september, Camino de Santiago, Los Arcos to Torres del Río, 8km
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25th September, Camino de Santiago, Azofra to Santo Domingo de Calzada, 15.2km

A pleasant but felt like a long walk to the very bizarre small town of Cirueña – the first cafe stop of the day. Cirueña seems to be made up of deserted housing developments which surround the Rioja Alta Campo de golf, where precisely one...

 

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24th September, Camino de Santiago, Ventosa to Azofra, 16.9km

Woken at 6am to the sound of Grogorian chant music – better than a harsh alarm clock anyway! Ready to leave as it was getting light, Sarah had already left and it took me a while to catch up with her. Very pleasant walking through more...

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23rd September, Camino de Santiago, Logroño to Ventosa, 20.4km

The walk out of Logroño was rather tedious, through the suburbs but after a while the route takes you through a lovely park with pine trees and a lake. Added both Great-crested and Little Grebes to my Camino bird list, plus Coot. Walked on my own...

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22nd September, Camino de Santiago, Torres del Río to Logroño, 20.6km

Left the albergue just as it was getting light, it was forecast to be a hot day so I wanted to make good progress during the cooler part of the day. The scenery was, as it has been all the other days, stunning! A beautiful mosaic landscape of...

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21st september, Camino de Santiago, Los Arcos to Torres del Río, 8km

A rest day. We only walked 8km today. The walk to Sansol was very pleasant, the light was beautiful. A shepherd was moving his flock of sheep and goats. First coffee of the morning was at Sansol, chatting with an Irish guy who had achilles tendon...

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