AC Hotel Burgos by Marriott
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No stats for today as it was a day of rest!
I managed a little sleep-in today and was looking forward to eggs made to order for breakie as this place is quite smart but alas, they don't do eggs. I can't complain as it was still a wonderful breakfast and I caught up on my emails from friends.
The thing to see in Burgos is the …
Day 12 stats:
Total so far: 290.9km
Started about 8am and arrived about 2pm
After breakfast Rosa dropped off the two Spanish ladies in St Juan and me in Atapuerca so that we could resume our Caminos. Why do I never remember to put my gloves in my daypack? Today was very still, very overcast and VERY cold. …
... The bread is always crunchy and nice.
We walked around the old town for 3 hours enjoying the vibe and the views of the soaring spires of the huge cathedral with all its complex architecture dating from various times of expansion. Burgos was the royal capial of Castile when it was built. We also looked at the Santa Maria arch that leads to the old bridge linking to the other part of the town. It was quite chilly ...
... of the high meseta (plateau) and a climate of extremes. But this is a city that rewards deeper exploration: below the surface lie good restaurants and, when the sun’s shining, pretty streetscapes that extend far beyond the landmark cathedral. There’s even a whiff of legend about the place: beneath the majestic spires of the cathedral lies Burgos’ favourite and most roguish son, El Cid.
... removed it quickly and within 3 days the large lump had gone! Unfortunately the lump might have gone but the diarrhoea returned and that and the extreme heat meant we didn't make as much use of the many footpaths in the area as we might have. Despite this it was delightful to potter gently up little tracks between the flowering broom bushes and to see the myriad of butterflies and lizards. On other days we walked along the lake side and I paddled a bit. Treacle ...