Hotel Puerta de Burgos
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... In 1497, Queen Isabel received Christopher Columbus here after his second voyage. The decline of Burgos started in 1560 when Madrid was named the country's capital.
By the time we got there, the main part of the cathedral was closed for the day, there was a mass underway in the chapel so we didnīt interrupt, and instead we stood for a while in the entryway ... and then I noticed a smaller chapel to the left. A door was open, but a big ...
... just can't get over the detail in the stone work and the architectural symmetry. Every masoned figure no doubt bears some significant meaning and the creativity and patience of those involved is to be admired. Although not the most ancient cathedral (although 1221 is not bad) I think this is perhaps the best I have seen. There are many nobles, bishops, cardinals and heroes interred therein including the remains of some saints. There is a beautiful chapel ...
... most of the ladies' names. They can do nothing to help us and our "reimbursement" will reach a whopping MAX of €250. It's a shame but I think we both have accepted it and just have to move on.
Yeah. So the Camino has not been that great for me and Dan.
Well Dan is loving it. He likes trekking along and meeting all the people. (And he likes being ahead of the lines)
I am obviously not made for hiking. That's okay with me.
I understand and ...
... hair cruising on a bike with 2 baskets and he was going on the opposite direction on the camino.. He caught my eye as we passed on the road. There was that same bicycle I saw when I was walking under a sign that said Hospital de la Alma.-- hospital of the soul. It was a gnome style home with a sign to come in.. Make yourself at home...these 2 people from Valencia and Italy had met on the camino and connected on a deep heart level... Put together ...
... in the middle, under which lie the tombs of Isabella and her husband, King John II. After mass, we went to a cafe, a park, met Marta's Aunt and Uncle, etc etc etc. After lunch we also played Spanish Bingo all together. This was a mental challenge to say the least because they play the game very quickly (and in Spanish!) haha. After a long weekend of festivities and family, we returned back to Logrono on Sunday night.
Ciao for now!
Besos from Spain.