La Casa de los Arquillos

Address: Paseo de los Arquillos 1-20, Vitoria-Gasteiz, Basque, 01001, Spain and Canary Islands | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Paseo de los Arquillos 1-20, Vitoria-Gasteiz, is near Burgos Cathedral, Caves of the Sierra de Atapuerca, Parque de la Florida, and Museo Fournier de Naipes.
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    A travel blog entry by lisarickenberg on May 18, 2015

    6 comments, 13 photos

    ... are to offer shelter.

    And then something easy to miss but very special. You know how I love graffiti - well (see pic, not very clear I'm afraid) there was a poem, which I've discovered is a well known part of the Camino, called Pilgrim, Who Calls You? It is by Eugenio Garibay Baņos and was written in both Spanish and German but I've managed to find a translation:

    Pilgrim, Who calls you?
    What mysterious force draws you ...

    The Camino Will Provide

    A travel blog entry by 2appreciate on May 09, 2015

    39 photos

    ... amount of space/energy/effort Spain has devoted to creating green people places (green places, not green people).

    Coming into Logrono we were anticipating the shop/hut/table set up by Felisa (as per our guidebook). Felisa is the niece of Felisa, a legendary family of gatekeepers of the Camino. We received a warm welcome from her as we entered into the Lagrono boundaries. I got a stamp for my Credential, and bought a postcard for Oma.

    Also, as we've experienced ...

    The farmer in the field (not the dell)

    A travel blog entry by bobalu11 on Sep 24, 2014

    5 photos

    Today we traversed wide rolling hills and valleys. We shortly left the grape vines and spent most of the day walking through wheat fields. Unfortunately they were all harvested, so it was stubble fields instead of majestic fields of grain. We really felt at home as we watched the farmers in the fields plowing the stubble under. It reminded me so much of my childhood, walking the gravel roads to a neighbor or riding my bike on the gravel roads to my best ...

    Day eleven

    A travel blog entry by jazzdog56 on Aug 30, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... most important towns along the Camino given the historical significance of its founders' dedication to helping pilgrims. He devoted his life to God and worked provide comfort to the pilgrims he saw struggle on the path. Domingo built bridges, hospitals, wells, etc. We toured the cathedral that houses his tomb and many other ancient relics. As we entered town today we made our way to an Alberque in a convent. We were greeted by an impatient, snarly ...

    ...and so it begins

    A travel blog entry by awilkymacky on Jun 17, 2014

    8 photos

    ... back home with one of the neighbors and put my luggage away. I was good to have my stuff back again and be able to wear a different outfit. Three days with one pair of pants was a bit much. I walked back to school myself and met up with Alice, the english teacher at Lorenzo and Matilda's school. She is absolutely wonderful. I helped out in her two english classes, one of the classes was Lorenzo's. The children were very hyper but it was ...