Hotel Puerta de Burgos
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... and some tapas at night.
Burgos was quite cold in the mornings and evenings with a cold wind a lot of the time. It gets snow in winter but everyone stills goes out to socialise in the cafés.
Everyone told me Spain would be so hot, but this area of Northern Spain is quite high up.
It is a city we probably wouldn't have gone to normally, but it was a lovely and a good size - only about 180,000 people and full of history.
... with a few rest breaks - change of shoes) to Hontanas. Arriving around lunch and checked in to a twin room at a hotel / pension. Pizza for lunch - yay what a nice change. A really warm arvo, so we sat around, had a few beers in the sun with lunch. I then showered, washed clothes and rested, while Clive took the opportunity to chat with ...
... and one of the Irish couples I met yesterday. We set off again this time with all zips zipped, velcro velcroed, and strings drawn to prevent the wind from getting in. This next path took us along the wall of a plateau, so we were slightly more protected from the wind. The path snaked it's way around taking us through poppies, gorse and other windflowers. Unusually I was in the lead so I was pushing along using my poles to help me negotiate the uneven surface. In ...
Back to rural country today, just crops and it was over half way before we finally found the poppies to wear on Anzac Day. We hope the Aussies behind us looking found this one and only patch today. Interesting the airport instead of having high maintenance grass around the tarmac and runways has glorious plots of lucerne! Smart, and I ponder why we plant grass which has to be mowed and serves no purpose yet we could plant ...
... guide book suggests there are three routes into the city: one that's quieter and beside the canal/river, but is unmarked; one that is quick, but is all along the national road N-120; and the traditional route. Everyone but us seemed to take the river route, so we went traditional. Even though we were in the suburbs and had walked 20km, it was still another 7km in the heat to the centro. Almost everyone along the way was friendly and helpful, ...