Hotel Puerta de Burgos
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... I was crazy, it was too far in one day, it was too hot or all of the above. Anyway, a couple of steep hill climbs but a welcome last 25km on the flat into Burgos. Absolutely shattered when I arrived , but still found that I then had to carry my bike up steps to the hotel which is next door to the Cathedral - no assistance forthcoming from that score for me! Anyway, a lovely dinner and local vino Tinto.Bed time now before I think is a well earned rest day ...
... For a change, we went to an Italian place for pizza and some appy. They were both very good. But to be honest, we are both starting to miss home cooked meal and fresh greens. We usually eat quite a bit of vegetables at home. We could also do that while traveling, but after being sick, we were kind of hesitant ordering salads. Oh, and we both miss sushi and ramen a lot!! We are already talking about the first meal back in Vancouver should be some sushi. :)
... was amoung the best we've had so far ... and the conversation was sincere and engaging. People slowly went off to bed and then there were just four of us left ... D, me and two German ladies. It was hard to pull ourselves away to go to bed; we were having such a warm experience.
Something funny. We have met so many Canadians on this trip ... and when we meet non-Canadians, they tell us they have met so many Canadians on this trip. D ...
Well yesterday my worst Day, tomorrow. Tomorrow I love you - best day, She slept until 6am we are overjoyed , despite walking 5k to first town to find it deserted, I mean not a soul in the place, meaning another 5k before breakfast - I did not signup for this, actually I did not sign up for anything! Best coffee on the Camino or could be desperation. Hit the trail ...
... to be a giant crater with fog still filling most of it. We began descending until we reached the village at the bottom, Hornillos del Camino. It was 8:00 and we had already walked 7.1 miles, so we were ready for a stop. This little village was literally an oasis in the bottom of a huge bowl carved out of the otherwise flat mesa. The only open bar in town had a restroom (yea!), but no cafe con leche (booo!). So we ...