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Driving in The Rioja and The Pyrenees

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In March, planning a May trip, I posted a question about driving in the Pyrenees and I received several helpful responses. We had to postpone that trip until this month: September, 2013.

I would like to receive comments and suggestions for the following very stripped-down outline of a proposed driving itinerary:

*Madrid to Logrono
*Logrono to Pamplona via Olite and Ujue
*Pamplona to Jaca via Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port and Oloron-Sainte-Marie
*Jaca to Zaragoza via Castillo de Loarre
*Zaragoza to Vielha via Ainsa and Campo
*Vielha to Llafranc via La Seu d’Urgell, Puigcerda, and Ripoli
*Llafranc to Barcelona
*Barcelona to Valencia
*Valencia to Alicante
*Valencia to Toledo and Madrid

We have been to Spain several times. On this trip our purpose is to visit friends in Madrid and Alicante, and to explore two regions we have not previously visited in depth: the Rioja and the Pyrenees.

HTtY

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