Logrono was a wonderful city and I decided to stay there an extra night. The Ebro River runs Ali.g the edge of the city and there is a very nice park along the river.
The old part of the city is closed to traffic and has cafes and restaurants along the streets and in the squares where people stroll in the evenings. There is an area called Calle Laurel that is a series of alleys filled with tapas bars. It is nice Togo from place to place trying the variety of food and wine.
I left Logrono on Friday an walked about 25 miles through vineyards to the town of Azofra.
Saturday the vineyards ended and I walked about 25 miles through rolling hills of wheat fields to Belorado. Sunday I climbed through the pine forests of the Montes de Oca, then climbed the steep Matogrande and made it about another 25 miles to Cardenuela Riopoco, just outside of Burgos.
This morning I had a short 9 mile walk to Burgos. Burgos has one of the great cathedrals of Europe.
The cathedral dominates the old part of the city, and the newer part is very industrial. I plan to leave tomorrow.