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We met a local from Logrono on Camino, he brought us down Calle Laurel for a fantastic evening, best on Camino, love the huge mushrooms done in garlic butter, he knew a lot of establishment owners with his boss in tow it was a long evening, up at six next morning very heavy walk next day as we left Logrono who turned up ? but Joseph to guide us on our way .Love Logrono have been back several times with my current wife of 40 years 😉🤣 .
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Logrono is our favorite. We have scheduled three different camino walks to be in Logrono for their wine festival, the feast of San Matteo. It's incredible fun...not to mention the good wine and street food. One year, we started a camino there the day after the feast, heading southeast on the Camino del Ebro to Montserrat. It was vineyard after vineyard, with the vines weighed down with ripe grapes. One morning we were waylaid by a foreman who recruited us to help pick grapes for a few hours. It was so much fun. Lots of photos. When he gave us our wage for the morning's work, it wasn't much, but it was enough to bring big smiles to our fellow workers when we distributed it to them. It's hard work with low pay mainly involving migrant workers, something we should all keep in mind when we sip a nice wine, whether it's from Rioja or many other places around the world.
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I too love Logrono. It is my favorite bigger city on the CF. If I were ever going to live in Spain in a larger community it would be Logrono. I feel the same way about Coimbra in Portugal. Coimbra would be my number one choice of a larger community on a camino. Logrono would come in a close second.
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